Redskins Save Us From Mustard Color Rush Uniforms, Will Wear Burgundy

If you were worried about being blinded by the Redskins’ horrendous yellow Color Rush uniforms, you’re in luck. The team apparently hates them, too — so much so they’re going all burgundy for their Thursday Night Football game against the Cowboys.

Redskins.com’s Stephen Czarda notes this is the first time they’re going with this jersey combo since 2009:

For the first time since the 2009 season, the #Redskins are wearing burgundy jerseys with burgundy pants.

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— Stephen Czarda (@SCzardaRedskins) November 30, 2017

What the Redskins are supposed to wear tonight:

Redskins might pay $5000 fine and not wear their Color Rush jerseys tomorrow night. As of now, they are still wearing them…

What do you think? #mark301 pic.twitter.com/5Tz1yjo4KR

— Jacob Gholson (@FirstandGholson) November 29, 2017

The Richmond-Times Dispatch reported earlier this week that president Bruce Allen despises the mustard unis:

Team president Bruce Allen has long been against the Color Rush jerseys, even going so far as to propose banning them at a league meeting earlier this year (the other owners weren’t on board). His reason? The uniforms are “garish.”