The Green Bay Packers are bringing back their all-white “Color Rush” uniform combination for another primetime matchup.
The team will wear their traditional white uniforms with white pants and gold helmets against the Detroit Lions on Monday night at Lambeau Field.
The Packers have worn the look each of the last three seasons. They beat the Chicago Bears at home wearing the all-whites in 2016 and 2017 before losing to the Seahawks on the road in Seattle last season. All three games were nationally televised matchups. Monday night will mark the fourth primetime game in the uniform combination and the third at Lambeau Field.
While other teams embraced opportunities to craft vibrant, monochromatic uniforms during the NFL’s since eliminated “Color Rush” initiative, the Packers bucked the trend and went all white.
Here’s a closer look at the uniform from the past three seasons: