The Cleveland Browns have a bright future, but the team is also looking to honor its past during the 2021 season.
Late last night, the Browns revealed their 75th anniversary throwback uniform, which they’ll mix into their rotation this fall. The uniforms were unveiled on the team’s mobile app.
The uniform tops feature brown numbers with orange drop shadow and the team’s 1946 official patch. The helmets are orange with a white stripe and will have player numbers on the side.
The Browns will reveal at a later date when they plan on wearing the jerseys this season.
Browns unveil 75th anniversary uniform for this season: pic.twitter.com/3FD2ym0cXQ
— Jake Trotter (@Jake_Trotter) July 24, 2021
The Browns’ 75th anniversary alternate uniform, via the Browns’ mobile app. Will be worn “a handful of occasions during the 2021 season.” pic.twitter.com/WTJjgAOF4n
— Ben Axelrod (@BenAxelrod) July 24, 2021
The Browns are coming off an 11-5 regular season and the team’s first playoff win in over 25 years. Cleveland enters 2021 with one of the most talented rosters in the NFL and will be expected to reach the playoffs again, at a minimum.
The Browns will open up the 2021 season against the defending AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs on Sept. 12.
The post Look: Browns Unveil 75th Anniversary Throwback Uniforms appeared first on The Spun.
Leave a Reply