Confirming our report from last month, the Denver Broncos introduced on Monday night they’ll quickly unveil a brand new alternate helmet that will likely be worn in as many as two video games this season.
Denver didn’t share any particulars concerning the design of the alternate helmet, although the graphic the staff posted to social media suggests it might be a white helmet with a white facemask.
The one factor for sure is the helmet have to be worn with the Broncos’ all-orange Coloration Rush uniform, which was beforehand paired with their commonplace navy blue helmet and reversion decals within the franchise’s present colours.
Denver has solely worn brown (1960-61), orange (1962-66), academy blue (1967-78), royal blue (1979-96) or navy blue (1997-present) helmets all through its 63-year historical past,
Crew president Damani Leech hinted throughout final week’s NFL homeowners conferences that Denver might put on an alternate helmet this season, telling reporters, “That’s one thing we’re undoubtedly exploring.”
The Broncos now grow to be the second NFL staff to announce their intentions to put on a brand new alternate helmet this season, becoming a member of the Detroit Lions. Our sources have indicated the Cleveland Browns and Indianapolis Colts will quickly comply with swimsuit.
Moreover, the Philadelphia Eagles, Seattle Seahawks, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Tennessee Titans are set to put on acquainted throwback uniforms in 2023.