The Pittsburgh Steelers will wear their color rush jerseys for their Monday Night Football home game against the Chicago Bears this week, the team announced on Tuesday night.
It will be the first time the team has worn alternate uniforms of any kind this season. The Steelers last wore their color rush jerseys, which feature block gold numbers and gold stripes on a black jersey top with black pants.
“I love the color rush uniform,” linebacker T.J. Watt said to Steelers.com. “I love the big block number. I’ve always been a fan of that. You get the all black. The gold pops so much.”
The last time the Steelers wore the jersey was against the Baltimore Ravens last November. They are 6-1 all-time in the uniforms, which were introduced in 2016 in a Christmas Day win over the Baltimore Ravens.