ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Drew Lock made the first start of his career in the team's alternate navy jerseys.
He'll make his first start of 2020 wearing those same threads.
Denver will wear its throwback navy jerseys for its Week 1 contest against Tennessee, which is one of three games in the 2020 season during which the team will wear alternate uniforms.
The Broncos will also wear their navy jerseys during a Week 9 road game against the Atlanta Falcons. They'll wear their all-orange Color Rush jerseys in a Week 15 home game against the Buffalo Bills.
Denver has not announced which color pants the team will wear with its navy jerseys.
The Broncos wore their alternate uniforms three times during the 2019 season and earned a 3-0 record in those games. In Week 6, the Broncos hosted the Titans and earned a 16-0 victory in their navy jerseys. They donned those jerseys again in Week 13 as Lock made his first start and led the team to a 23-20 win over the Chargers. Denver then wore its Color Rush uniforms in a 27-17 win over the Lions in Week 16.
Denver holds a 3-1 all-time record in its Color Rush uniforms.
The Broncos' navy tops were part of the team's primary look from 1997-2011, until the team switched back to its orange jerseys in 2012. Since the change, the Broncos have continued to wear their navy jerseys on occasion. In 2014, Peyton Manning broke Brett Favre's all-time record for touchdown passes wearing the navy jersey, and in 2015, the Broncos' defense put a swarming performance together against the then-undefeated Packers.
Lock and the Broncos will try to add to that history this season.