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After much speculation over the last several months, the Ravens have finally revealed their “Color Rush” uniforms to be worn for their nationally-televised home game against Cleveland on Nov. 10.
For the first time in franchise history, Baltimore will wear purple pants to go along with revamped purple jerseys for their Thursday night meeting with the Browns. The jerseys will feature gold numbers instead of the white one used for their regular home jerseys. The purple pants will feature a gold stripe on the sides.
The NFL began the “Color Rush” monochromatic initiative for select Thursday night games last season and has now expanded it to include all 32 teams for the 2016 season. It had even been rumored in the offseason that the Ravens would wear a uniform with a Maryland flag theme.
The Browns will wear all white for the Week 10 matchup at M&T Bank Stadium. Pittsburgh will wear an all-black uniform against the Ravens on Christmas Day.
The all-purple uniforms have already been met with mixed reviews, but they have to be better than the mustard-colored pants they introduced last December, right?