The NFL’s Best-Dressed Players From Opening Weekend

For years, NBA tunnel walks have shown just how stylish guys like LeBron James, Kevin Love, and Russell Westbrook are off the court. Images of the players strolling stadium corridors have even inspired haute sportswear collections by the likes of Louis Vuitton, Fendi, and Rhude. Not to be outdone, it seems NFL players are now picking up steam for their arrival looks as well, donning everything from Italian-made suits to street-style offerings by Loewe and Chrome Hearts as they arrive at games.

Now that the season has started in earnest, football players are slowly starting to prove they can have as much fun. Check out our lineup of NFL players’s most recent tunnel looks, from the Cincinnati Bengals to the New York Giants below.

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Did you think the Cowboys would show up in ten-gallon hats and Western shirts? Dak Prescott, the team’s quarterback, led the way in an attention-getting camouflage print jacket (perhaps an ode to the team’s colors?) paired with crisp blue trousers—and a roller and backpack from Rimowa. His teammate Tony Pollard continued that theme in an olive drab vest and forest camo. Meanwhile, Osa Odighizuwa wore a black-and-green crochet look that must have kept him cool. Speaking of cool: all we can say about Jake Ferguson’s seersucker suit is that it looks, well, breezy.

Coaches need love, too. Brandon Stanley, the L.A. Chargers’ head coach, arrived at his team’s game with the Miami Dolphins on September 10 in a sharp tailored look—unfortunately jumped the gun with trouser hems cut an inch too short. His sleek black aviators and duffle bag accessories, however, make up for the gap.

If you’re Gen-Z nieces and nephews haven’t told you already, vests are in. And they don’t need to be worn with button-ups or under a sports coat, either. Jaelan Phillips (wearing a knit vest from Gant) and Robert Hunt of the Miami Dolphins arrival prove that during shoulder season, you can treat them just like sleeveless shirts—provided you’re not afraid to show off your arms, of course.

Today’s era of menswear is all about comfort, but that shouldn’t mean you can’t dress it up a bit. Case in point: Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence paired a summery blue suit with a white crewneck t-shirt and white sneakers, and looked almost every bit the champion. We say almost because of that righteous shoulder divot—a struggle for any guy with serious shoulders to avoid.

Go big or home is the attitude Chicago Bears’ Justin Fields, aka JF1, is exuding in this pairing of a lacy camp-collar shirt with Loewe’s logo-adorned jeans. The player’s iced-out watch, necklace, and bracelet almost get lost in all that look.

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