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Broncos to wear navy jerseys vs. Raiders and Chiefs, will don Color Rush uniform vs. Eagles


ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Broncos will be dressed up for two of their home matchups against division foes.

Denver will don its alternate navy jerseys for its Week 6 matchup with the Raiders and its season-ending Week 18 battle with the Chiefs. During that game against the Raiders, the Broncos will also honor former head coach Mike Shanahan for his induction into the Ring of Fame.

The Broncos have not yet announced what color pants they will wear with the navy jerseys.

The Broncos will feature an alternate jersey on one other occasion in 2021, as they wear their all-orange Color Rush uniforms in Week 10 against the Eagles.

Denver will wear its traditional orange jerseys for their other six regular-season home games.

The Broncos will look to rebound in their alternate jerseys in 2021 after stumbling to an 0-3 record last season. Denver found better success in 2019, when the team went 3-0 in its alternate jerseys.

The Broncos hold a 3-2 all-time record in their Color Rush jerseys.

Denver previously featured navy tops as its primary look from 1997-2011, but the team switched to orange jerseys in 2021. The blue look will be particularly fitting for the Week 6 game with Shanahan's Ring of Fame festivities, as he led the team to its first Super Bowl championship in those jerseys. The Broncos have continued to feature the navy jerseys at times, including during Peyton Manning's record-breaking evening against the 49ers in 2014 and a dominant performance against the Packers in 2015. More recently, Von Miller set the team's franchise sack record in a navy jersey against the Browns in 2018.

Against a pair of division foes, the Broncos will look to add to their history of success in 2021.

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