The Denver Broncos announced Monday that they will wear their color rush uniform in Week 12 against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, November 25.
The 2018 season allows the teams more flexibility over if and when they use the color rush uniforms rather than the previous restriction to a Thursday Night Football game.
The Broncos are 1-1 in their color rush uniform. In 2016, they lost 21-13 in San Diego, their last visit to Qualcomm Stadium before the Chargers relocated to Los Angeles.
But their second outing in the all-orange look proved more successful as they defeated the Indianapolis Colts 25-13 in last season’s TNF toilet bowl game in December as both teams were scrapping for nothing more than pride and draft order.
As @MikeKlis first reported, the Broncos will wear their Color Rush uniforms in Week 12 at home vs. Pittsburgh. They’ll wear their alternate navy jerseys in Week 4 vs. KC and in Week 15 vs. Cleveland. Both of those games are in Denver too.
— Nicki Jhabvala (@NickiJhabvala) June 4, 2018
— NFL (@NFL) December 15, 2017
The Broncos also announced on Monday that they will wear the blue alternate uniforms twice next season.
The first outing will be the Broncos’ week 4 game at home against AFC West rivals Kansas City, which will be televised on Monday Night Football.
The uniform gets a second outing at Mile High on Saturday, December 15 when the Cleveland Browns head to Denver in week 15.
We’ll also wear our alternate blue uniforms in Week 4 and Week 15.
— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) June 4, 2018