The NFL has a new broadcasting company taking over the Thursday Night Football games this upcoming season, and one of the first things FOX Sports is planning on doing is to get rid of the NFL ‘Color Rush’ uniforms for those special Thursday games.
Bill Wanger of FOX Sports says alternate uniforms on Thursday Night Football are going away. Hardcore fans don’t need gimmicks to watch. The game schedule will also be stronger. #NABShow— Jason Barrett (@sportsradiopd) April 10, 2018
To be honest, many of the Color Rush uniforms were downright hideous (looking at you Jaguars), but some were pretty cool. Personally, the Steelers, Patriots and Packers alternate uniforms were pretty awesome.
With that said, other reports state the league might not be abandoning the ‘Color Rush’ uniforms altogether.
On color rush, the uniforms aren't going away completely. It's just that they might not be exclusive to Thursday nights anymore, sources say. Could be some other tweaks to the uniform policy as well. Also, this is subject to votes from ownership.— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) April 10, 2018
So, ownership still has to vote on the change, but what do you think about the league possibly getting rid of these uniforms? Did you like the Steelers, and other teams’, ‘Color Rush’ uniforms?
Vote in the poll below to let us know, and feel free to explain your vote in the comment section below!
Will you miss the ‘Color Rush’ uniforms?
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Yes, loved ‘em
Sort of, only like the Steelers