Cleveland Browns fans will get their first chance to see a Cleveland Browns uniform from the 2018 NFL Draft on Tuesday when the team wears a different jersey for the first time.
The Cleveland Browns are slated to wear the white and orange uniforms that were worn in the preseason, but they will also wear the red and white jerseys for their first regular season game against the Atlanta Falcons on Saturday.
The uniforms were originally announced in May as the jerseys of the team’s first-round draft pick.
The Browns wore the white jersey during training camp and have worn it throughout the preseason.
This year, the Browns will wear a different uniform.
This time around, the jerseys will be the colors of their second-round pick, Ohio State wide receiver John Ross.
The first-rounder is also wearing the black jersey from his first pro season.
The new uniform has a similar look to the ones worn by the Cleveland Browns in the past.
The white jersey is a combination of the Cleveland colors and a black color.
The other colors are black, yellow, orange and grey.
The Browns first-year head coach, Hue Jackson, told the team he wanted to wear a black jersey in the regular season and wear a red one in the playoffs.
The uniforms will be unveiled during the Browns’ final regular season home game on Saturday against the San Diego Chargers.