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Philadelphia Eagles To Wear Kelly Green Throwback Uniforms Twice In 2024

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The Philadelphia Eagles announced on Friday they’ll wear their Kelly green throwback uniforms twice this season, including against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Nov. 3 and Dallas Cowboys on Dec. 29.

The uniforms replicate the Randall Cunningham and Reggie White era, with Kelly green jerseys featuring white block numbers outlined in black and the Eagles’ 1987-95 alternate logo on the sleeves.

The jerseys are paired with Kelly green helmets with silver and white wings, silver pants with a Kelly green, black and white striping pattern and white socks with two Kelly green and black stripes.

Philadelphia went 2-0 in the throwback uniforms after unveiling them last season, including a 31-17 win over the Miami Dolphins on Oct. 22 and a 37-34 overtime victory against the Buffalo Bills on Nov. 26.

The Eagles also wore their black alternate uniforms for a 33-25 win over the New York Giants on Christmas. They’ll presumably wear them again to reach their total of three alternate or throwback uniforms per season.

Philadelphia will still have to wear its standard green helmets with the black uniforms for one more season, as teams that did not undergo a redesign have to wait until 2025 to introduced a third shell.

The Eagles will likely reintroduced a black alternate helmet that point after wearing them three times during the 2022 season before repurposing them into the Kelly green lids last year. 

Meanwhile, in addition to the Kelly green uniforms, the Eagles painted the grass at Lincoln Financial Field with a throwback design for both throwback games last season. 

The design included the aforementioned logo at midfield and their vintage wordmark in the end zones. It’s probably safe to assume they’ll do the same thing for both games this year, as well.