Best Dressed NFL Players
(Second in a series of galleries to determine the best dressed male athlete in professional sports. Go to the last frame to cast your vote.)<br><br>At home on a red carpet and dressed in all white in L.A., Reggie's made the fleur-de-lis fashionable in New Orleans. Like Bush himself, Saints' fans are head-over-heels for his style.
Who says defensive ends can't look good? Stuck in Syracuse orange in college but stylin' ever since, Freeney has a $72 million contract to dress for even further success.
Let's see: Super Bowl multi-MVP. GQ coverboy. Prefers Zegna suits and zig-out routes. And he topped Esquire's list of best-dressed men this year.
Afield, LT often wears the best unie ever: the Chargers' retro babyblue jerseys, white helmets, gold pants. Off it, the NFL's MVP and best player is one of its very best dressed.
Yes, he's been a jerk in the past, the epicenter of his own little universe. But this Cowboy can wear some clothes. Unlike T.O. himself, his clothes don't scream "Me!" They're just Big D trendy.
Why is this man scowling? Smile, Braylon. You look good on the gridiron in Cleveland's orange and brown, and in just about anything off the field.
He's graduated from college jock grunge at Southern Cal to Arizona casual cool. The Cardinals' quarterback is now the chic of the desert in the Valley of the Sun.
Thankfully, his wardrobe's rarely as loud as his mouth. Memo to a self-absorbed Deion wannabe: Your 67 penalty yards in one drive? Let your play, and clothes, do the talking.
Behold the Sharper image: Always in focus, in style. The Vikings may have ruined their classic purple look, but not their safety. Every girl's crazy 'bout a Sharper-dressed man.
A linebacker who sells high-end silk bow ties? According to his Five Star Ties website, they "scream trend, color and confidence." Uh, ok. Dhani's got a serious fashion Jones.