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The Denver Broncos will have a new quarterback this upcoming season after parting ways with previous starter Russell Wilson, but they’re also going to have new uniforms.

On Monday morning, the Denver Broncos officially rolled out a new set of uniforms which the team is calling the Mile High Collection. The team unvieled a new orange, blue, and white jersey with pants in each respective color, as well, giving the team nine potential uniform combinations.

The change marks the first time the team has had new uniforms since the 1997 season.

“This has been a thoughtful, collaborative journey that’s involved us listening to voices throughout all of Broncos Country to design the Mile High Collection, our modern and inspirational new uniforms for the Denver Broncos,” Broncos President Damani Leech said in a release. “We’re grateful for the engagement and creativity of ownership, the players, our business and football leadership, Nike and especially the best fans in the NFL during this process.

“As we honor the championship tradition of the Broncos, we’re also committed to innovation and growth during such a transformative time in franchise history. Our new uniforms — the Mile High Collection — boldly integrate elements of our past, present and future while paying tribute to Colorado and the Rocky Mountain Region we proudly call home.”

It will certainly be interesting to see how they look on the field.

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