The team unveiled their Color Rush uniforms earlier Tuesday morning at the Patriots Pro Shop, revealing what will be the first alternate jerseys for the Patriots since 2003.
The uniforms are all blue and feature red accented stripes on each shoulder, as well as the numbers outlined in red. It also has the words “We are all Patriots” embroidered in the inside collar.
Here’s a photo posted by the team via their twitter feed, which includes a link to various player jerseys already on sale:
— New England Patriots (@Patriots) September 13, 2016
— Angelique Fiske (@angeliquefiske) September 13, 2016
The Patriots had previously worn all blue back on October 27, 2002 in a game against the Broncos where they lost at home at Gillette Stadium, 24-16. Hopefully they have a little better luck this time around, with the team set to wear them against the Houston Texans in their Week 3 match-up next Thursday night. The Texans, meanwhile, will reportedly wear the all-white look they wore in the season opener against the Bears and aren’t happy about it and will have to wait until next year to wear them.
— Texans PR (@TexansPR) September 13, 2016
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