Seahawks to wear alternate greys against Bills
By Brady Henderson
Marshawn Lynch sports the wolf grey Seahawks uniform. (AP)
The Seahawks will debut their alternate grey uniforms when they play the Bills in Toronto on Sunday, the team announced Wednesday.
The Seahawks overhauled their look before the season, unveiling new Nike-designed uniforms that includes jerseys and pants in white, blue and an alternate “wolf grey”. They’ve worn the grey pants in five of their seven road games but have yet to don the grey tops. They will be in all grey Sunday, which is one of their nine possible uniform combinations.
In April, Nike made only subtle tweaks to the other 31 teams’ uniforms. The Seahawks’ got a drastic makeover.
“The New Look of Intimidation features an aggressive combination of Seahawks tradition and Nike innovation,” the team said via its website in April.
The alternate jerseys and pants are designed to be worn either at home or on the road.