» Andrew McCarty 2 minutes
September 4, 2019 @ 3:19pm
The 2018 Cleveland Browns were who fans have been waiting for for over a decade.
With new quarterback Baker Mayfield under center, the Browns found a fire they never had before. Mayfield gifted the team’s first win in two years when Browns took down the New York Jets.
Cleveland finished the season with a 5-2 record in its last seven games, giving the team hope for the future. After adding Odell Beckham Jr. and several solid defensive players to the roster, the Browns enter the 2019 season with high hopes.
A few of the team’s best moments in 2018 came when the Browns wore their “Color Rush” uniforms.
With that success in mind, the team hopes to carry that over into 2019. To help do so, Cleveland is adopting the “Color Rush” jersey as its primary attire for the 2019 campaign.
The team issued a statement on the decision.
“In 2019, Color Rush is no more. Instead, the popular uniform that features brown jerseys with orange numbers and orange stripes and brown pants with those same orange stripes will be the Browns’ Primary Colors presented by Sherwin-Williams.”
Cleveland kicks off its season against Tennessee. The Browns will be in their primary colors for the game against the Titans.
Browns to wear Color Rush uniforms for six home games in 2019
Thomas Moore@Tom_RedRight88 2 minutes
The Cleveland Browns are getting a jump on dumping their current uniform set.
Since the new kit will not be ready until 2020, the Browns announced on Wednesday that they have designated their all-Brown Color Rush uniforms as their primary uniforms and will wear them for six home games this season.
Cleveland will wear the popular uniforms for Sunday’s season opener against the Tennessee Titans, as well as for home games on:
September 22 against the Los Angeles Rams October 13 against the Seattle Seahawks November 14 against the Pittsburgh Steelers December 8 against the Cincinnati Bengals December 22 against the Baltimore Ravens
No word from the team about which uniform combination they will wear for those two games, although the team’s website says to “stay tuned for a full, week-by-week breakdown of when and where the Browns will wear their Primary Colors in 2019,” so there may be more than six appearances on the docket.