The 2018 Cleveland Browns were who fans have been waiting for for over a decade.
With new quarterback Baker Mayfield under center, the Browns found a fire they never had before. Mayfield gifted the team’s first win in two years when Browns took down the New York Jets.
Cleveland finished the season with a 5-2 record in its last seven games, giving the team hope for the future. After adding Odell Beckham Jr. and several solid defensive players to the roster, the Browns enter the 2019 season with high hopes.
A few of the team’s best moments in 2018 came when the Browns wore their “Color Rush” uniforms.
With that success in mind, the team hopes to carry that over into 2019. To help do so, Cleveland is adopting the “Color Rush” jersey as its primary attire for the 2019 campaign.
You wanted it.
You got it.
Our Primary Colors.
— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) September 4, 2019
The team issued a statement on the decision.
“In 2019, Color Rush is no more. Instead, the popular uniform that features brown jerseys with orange numbers and orange stripes and brown pants with those same orange stripes will be the Browns’ Primary Colors presented by Sherwin-Williams.”
Cleveland kicks off its season against Tennessee. The Browns will be in their primary colors for the game against the Titans.