The NFL is set to begin rolling out a new uniform this summer.
The league is launching a new jersey this season, the team’s “New Look” uniform, which will be a blend of black, grey and navy with the word “NFL” written across the front.
The NFL said the new look is part of a “fresh new look” that will “deliver a uniform that is more reflective of the world around us.”
New jerseys will debut on Sunday, April 23, when the Browns open their season at Chicago.
The Rams will also begin wearing new uniforms this season.
Fans will be able to vote for the uniforms they want to see on the NFL.
The vote will close at 6 p.m.
ET on April 25.
Fans can also vote online using the NFL App.
Fans can also tweet at [email protected] to show their support for the new uniforms.
The new uniforms are expected to be worn by all 31 teams this season with the addition of the Jets, who are the first team to begin wearing the new uniform.
The Jets have also announced that all fans in their area can pick up a new helmet.
The New Look jersey will be worn primarily by fans in the northern areas of the country, with the exception of the Pacific Northwest, the NFL said.
In 2019, the league announced that fans can vote on the design of the jersey that will be used during the 2019 NFL Draft.
Fans in Washington, D.C., and Minnesota will be allowed to vote on designs of the uniform that will go on sale at retailers around the country starting April 27.