CLEVELAND -- When the Cleveland Browns take the field to face the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, they'll do so in the only set of uniforms they're currently undefeated in.
According to a team source, the Browns will once again wear their all-brown 'Color Rush' uniforms on Sunday, which they debuted in their Sept. 20 victory over the New York Jets. Per NFL rules, teams are allowed to wear their alternate uniforms up to three times in a given season -- a provision it appears the Browns intend on taking full advantage of.
As opposed to its current set of uniforms, Cleveland's 'Color Rush' threads have been met with high praise from fans and uniform critics alike. Although the design was initially revealed in 2016, the Browns didn't don the monochromatic look until the third week of the 2018 season when they hosted the Jets on Thursday Night Football.
As fate would have it, that primetime matchup would go down as one of the most memorable Browns games since the team returned to Cleveland in 1999.
After starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor was knocked out of the game with the Browns trailing 14-0, No. 1 overall pick Baker Mayfield made his NFL debut. Completing 17 of his 23 pass attempts for 201 yards, Mayfield led Cleveland to a thrilling 21-17 come-from-behind victory -- the Browns' first win since the 2016 season.
After wearing their 'Color Rush' uniforms this coming Sunday, the Browns will be permitted to wear them only one more time for the rest of the season. Thus far, the only other jersey Cleveland has worn this season has been its traditional white one, which it wore in its season opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers and on the road vs. the New Orleans Saints and Oakland Raiders.