The Browns are sporting some nice new jerseys in 2020.
The Cleveland Browns got new uniforms back in 2015 and the feedback was not great. The team went away from a classic look and also had a stretch of football where they went 1-31.
Those uniforms were associated with a culture of losing and any change was welcome. New uniforms have been teased for well over a year and they finally dropped this week. Fans should have no complaints.
Browns looking great in their uniforms, and hopefully winning comes with that
This is how the Browns are supposed to look. There are no cheesy designs or flashy colors. Just the traditional brown and orange jerseys that fans will associate with past success.
Myles Garrett sporting a huge smile in his jersey is fitting given his new mega-deal. Baker Mayfield was shown with a stern look on his face as he looks to become the next Bernie Kosar in Cleveland and lead the team to the Super Bowl. Just having a winning season and maybe a playoff berth as well would be a nice start.
The team made big changes back in 2015 at a time when new ownership was looking to put their own personal stamp on the franchise. The Haslam family has instead overseen a new rock bottom in franchise history in which they continue to hire and fire coaches and set the team back even further.
One thing the Haslams do well is listen to fans and they knew a uniform change was needed. Now the hope is the new uniforms will bring with them a change in fortune for the Browns. Regardless, the jersey change is another vintage offseason victory for a Browns franchise that always has more of those than physical in-season wins.