The Cleveland Browns dropped a hint Friday afternoon on Twitter that a uniform change may be on the horizon this fall.
In a response to a Tweet from @OhioDesigns, the club hinted that they will be breaking out the all-brown color rush uniforms on multiple occasions in 2018.
We are. More than once.— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) July 28, 2018
That will be welcome news for those fans who have grown tired of the team coming out every week in all-white uniforms. And while the all-brown color rush uniforms are not particularly exciting - the brown pants should have gone out the door with former head coach Eric Mangini - they are an improvement over the current brown jersey the team sports at times.
The NFL adopted the special monochromatic look in 2015 and teams have had the option of wearing them the past two seasons when they played on Thursday nights.
The Browns have only played on a Thursday night twice since the league implemented the special uniforms - losing to the Cincinnati Bengals in 2015 and the Baltimore Ravens in 2016 - but wore their standard uniforms for both games.
The Tweet from the team’s account did not mention if they will wear the color rush uniforms for the preseason or during the regular season, but it appears that they will finally be unveiled in the near future.