The Philadelphia Eagles have changed the lives of players and the feelings of fans with their many offseason moves, but there's an underreported group that has been equally affected by all these transactions.

The jerseys.

One group of them, the LeSean McCoy ones -- made obsolete by his trade to the Buffalo Bills -- seem to have found new life in the form of customized DeMarco Murray unis:

However, the Murray jerseys aren't so lucky, with Dallas Cowboys fans burning (or threatening to burn) them after the running back defected to a division rival in free agency.

All this effort makes one wonder why American society doesn't just go the European route -- that is, making it socially acceptable to wear jerseys with no names or numbers.

Get on this, USA.

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