The Patriots are one of seven NFL teams to have introduced a new uniform, new logo or both this offseason. The Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers revealed their new logos in March with uniforms still to come. The Cleveland Browns, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Atlanta Falcons rolled out their uniform changesin the past couple of weeks. The Indianapolis Colts unveiled a new logo and tweaks to their existing uniforms. The Patriots were the most recent team to show any part of their new, but familiar, look.
Let's recap the new looks and vote on which team has the best new uniform.
The Patriots' new jerseys should look familiar: The Color Rush alternates that the team has recently donned have been promoted to full-time status.
It is the first change to the Patriots' primary uniform in 20 years.
Since 2016, when the alternate jersey debuted, the Patriots have posted a 6-1 record in it -- wearing blue at home and white on the road. The team will continue to wear blue at home and white on the road, while donning blue pants both home and away.
The Browns say they are getting back to their roots with a "simplified, traditional look," harkening to their 1964 NFL title team led by legendary running back Jim Brown. The tweaked look features brown jerseys with white pants, and white jerseys with brown pants.
"As you look at iconic franchises like the Browns, the Bears, the Packers, the Cowboys -- they're true to who they are," executive vice president and owner JW Johnson said. "They're not doing a lot of changes and trying to make a lot of flashy moves with their uniforms. I think when we went through the process, it just felt right that we got back to who we are and who we'll always be."
The Bucs' new uniforms pay homage to the winningest era in franchise history, from 1997 to 2013, which included a Super Bowl title. Gone is the font for jersey numbers that fans complained were too difficult to read. They have three color combos instead of their previous two: red, white and an all-pewter look for Color Rush games.
The Falcons introduced on April 8 their first uniform redesign in 17 years. The home uniform has black jerseys and pants with the road look featuring white jerseys and pants. There will be up to eight uniform combinations, including a throwback version to the 1966 team and a "Rise Up" alternate uniform.
The Rams' new look has been a work in progress since they returned to Los Angeles in 2016 after 21 seasons in St. Louis. The Rams went away from navy blue, light gold and white, a scheme they adopted in 2000 in St. Louis.
The new look is a nod to their throwback royal blue and gold. The new colors are dubbed "Rams Royal" and "Sol." White also is featured. New uniforms will be unveiled later this spring.
But not everyone is a fan of the new look, including Rams Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson, who met with the front office to discuss unhappiness with the change. But the Rams have no plans to re-think the new look.
The Colts are keeping their uniforms relatively traditional, but they announced on Monday a new logo style that honors their home state. The "C" on their uniform will have the outline of Indiana on the interior part of the letter. There are also seven grommets around the "C" to represent the horseshoe. That logo is being added to the inside of the neckline of the uniform.
The Chargers introduced an update to their Bolt logo ahead of a new uniform unveiling later this spring. The three-tone Bolt with a navy keyline has been reduced to powder blue and gold.
Wilbon upset with new Pats uniforms
Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon share their feelings on the new color rush look for the Patriots' full-season uniforms.