Break out the black jerseys.
The Ravens will wear their alternate black jerseys for Sunday’s game against the Green Bay Packers at M&T Bank Stadium – the first time this season.
The decision on pants color does not have to be cleared through the NFL in advance of the game, so the Ravens have the option to go with the black on white or all black look.
In addition to sporting the black threads, the Ravens will also wear pink during Sunday’s game as part of the NFL’s breast cancer awareness campaign. Players will sport pink gloves, cleats and wristbands, to raise awareness about the disease.
Teams are allowed to wear their alternate uniforms twice a year, and not during the playoffs. The Ravens have worn black jerseys twice a year in each of the last three seasons.
The Ravens are 10-4 all time in black jerseys, and 7-1 under Head Coach John Harbaugh.
They split their games in the black uniforms last season, beating the New York Giants in Week 16 and losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 13.
The Ravens have not yet announced when they will wear the alternate uniforms again this season.