Broncos To Debut New Uniform Combo Against Jaguars In London

Maybe a new look will help the Denver Broncos snap their four-game losing streak.

Wednesday, the Broncos unveiled their new uniform combination for Sunday's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley Stadium in London.

Since they are the visiting team, the Broncos have to wear white jerseys. They will wear navy blue pants with the white tops for the first time ever.

"We met with our captains a few weeks ago," Broncos President Damani Leech said. "I'm about getting input from everybody. I meet with our staff and our captains and learn what we can do to make things better from their perspective. We got on the topic of uniforms which is a multi-year process to actually change from a league standpoint. But we have flexibility in our tops and our bottoms and that was one thing they pointed out they had not been able to do and wanted the opportunity to do it. We said we're going to London, they drive on the opposite side of the road. We can flip our pants and see how it goes."

If it goes well, there's a good chance the white jersey-navy blue pants combo will stick around.

The Broncos are 2-5 and mired in a four-game losing streak. Jacksonville is also 2-5.

KOA coverage of the game will begin at 4 a.m. MDT on Sunday, October 30.

Here's the look the Broncos will be wearing, with Leech's comments below.

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