Ravens going with black jerseys Sunday

October, 9, 2013
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Here's your Baltimore Ravens' fashion alert for the week: the team will wear its alternate black jerseys for Sunday's game against the Green Bay Packers.

While I still believe it's more important who is wearing the jersey than the actual color of it, the Ravens are 10-3 all-time in their black jerseys, including 7-1 under coach John Harbaugh. The Ravens haven't announced whether they're going with the all-black look (jersey and pants) or wearing white pants, although I prefer the latter (I seem to be in the minority on this).

The black jerseys have been worn by the Ravens twice a year since 2009. The team hasn't announced when it will wear the alternate jerseys again this season, but a good bet is either the Thanksgiving night game against the Pittsburgh Steelers (Nov. 28) or the scheduled Sunday night game against the New England Patriots (Dec. 22).

The Ravens will also sport pink gloves, cleats and wristbands as part of the NFL's breast cancer awareness campaign.

Jamison Hensley

ESPN Ravens reporter

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