The Green Bay Packers will wear their historic third jersey against the Cleveland Browns on Oct. 20 - but with a change this year due to the league's concussion guidelines.
Instead of wearing a brown helmet as in year's past, the team will remove the stickers from the regular, yellow helmets. The league now mandates that players use the same helmet all season.
The blue jerseys with yellow numbers oversized gold circle on the chest in an are a recreation of the jerseys from the team's first championship season, 1929.
The Packers have won the plain yellow helmets previously, with throwback jerseys in 1994 and 2001.
Packers coaching staff and team personnel also will be wearing the third jersey sideline apparel, which dates back to the 1920s, with many of the selections featuring "Acme Packers," the team moniker from the 1921-22 seasons.
Earlier this week, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers canceled plans to wear their throwback jerseys because the league wouldn't let the team use the white helmets with the orange "Bucco Bruce" logo.
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