The theme of the 2020 offseason for the New England Patriots is change: cornerstone players such as Tom Brady, Kyle Van Noy, Stephen Gostkowski or Duron Harmon all left the organization; the team will have to replace long-time assistant coaches Dante Scarnecchia and Joe Judge; offseason workouts and preparation for the upcoming draft has also been impacted by the current Coronavirus outbreak and in turn moved to a virtual setting.
The changes do not stop there, however, as the Patriots also unveiled some new-look uniforms earlier today:
A look at the Patriots’ new full-time uniforms, which previously served as their color-rush jerseys. pic.twitter.com/3a87hhB3QS— Field Yates (@FieldYates) April 20, 2020
The team changing its look was already reported earlier this offseason, with the team itself setting the date for the announcement last week. Now, we know what the uniforms look like: New England is switching to its color rush look full-time as its home jerseys, and adding a white version as the road outfit — all while also slightly modifying the font used on the back of the jerseys.
New England has not introduced new jerseys since those same color rush outfits back in 2016: the Patriots used its blue-on-blue ensembles seven times since — including thrice over the course of the 2019 regular season — while also going white-on-white for one game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers back in 2017.
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