The highly anticipated uniforms will hit the field in Week 8.
SEATTLE – The long-awaited old uniform of the Seattle Seahawks was finally unveiled Wednesday morning.
Anticipation has been building since the team announced last year that they would be giving away old jerseys for the 2023 season. These shirts pay homage to the strong Seahawks teams of the 20th century, as those play as Steve Largent and Jim Zorn are connected in Seattle.
Seahawks released a complete version redesign team homepagewith pictures and information about the uniform as well as the addition of other equipment and logos.
The uniforms and related apparel were available for sale Wednesday morning, but the jerseys won’t hit the field until October 29. That’s when the Seahawks will welcome the Cleveland Browns to Lumen Field for the game in Week 8.
The color scheme returns the Seahawks to the organization’s original shape with royal blue and apple green, which the team says “honores the Salish waters and forests of the Emerald City and the Pacific Northwest.”
The team’s original silver helmet will also return to the field. The National Football League (NFL) changed the rules in 2021, restricting teams to only one helmet per season. With the return of replacement helmets, the Seahawks are among other NFL teams rolling out stale looks that haven’t been possible for years due to league policy.
The Seahawks will have training camp for the ongoing 2023 campaign on July 26 in Renton. KING 5 will be televising all three of the Seahawks’ pre-season games in August, starting August 10 against the Minnesota Vikings.