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Denver Broncos Unveil Color Rush Helmets

We've seen the uniforms. Now, we know what the Broncos "Color Rush" helmets look like.

On October 13, the Denver Broncos will travel to take on the San Diego Chargers on Thursday Night Football. Both teams will be wearing their "Color Rush" uniforms. 

Last week, Nike released images for all 32 teams' "Color Rush" get-ups. We saw Denver's orange, but it was a very limited view of the helmets. Today, that changed

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The helmet is a kind of cross between Denver's old sky blue helmet, featuring a big orange 'D' with a white Bronco busting through it. 

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This one is similar. But crosses more of the modern navy blue with the classical 'D'. 

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Other than the team switching to orange as their primary jersey color in 2012, this will be the first "new" uniform/helmet change since the new design was unveiled on February 4, 1997, in time for the season. 

In what could be a very meaningful Divisional game, the defending World Champs will sport their new look on national television. We have a little less than a month to wait. 

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