Tracking all the new NFL uniforms and helmets for the 2023 season

Eleven teams are changing their uniforms, adding throwbacks or introducing alternate helmets in 2023

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The NFL offseason is winding down and teams are gearing up for the 2023 campaign.

Before the news cycle shifts into overdrive with training camp battles, injuries and more, teams are taking the time to unveil some new – or old – looks.

Eleven teams have released uniform changes for this season – whether that’s a total change to primary sets, introduction of throwbacks or addition of alternate helmets.

Here’s a full tracker of the new NFL uniforms for the 2023 season:

Arizona Cardinals: Complete uniform overhaul

It was time for revamped uniforms in the desert. The Cardinals stuck with their red, white and black color scheme, but simplified their look with a new home, road and alternate set while keeping the same two helmet designs.

Seattle Seahawks: 1980-90s blue, green and silver throwback

The Seahawks unveiled their royal blue throwbacks on July 19 -- silver helmets, royal blue jerseys with silver and green accents and silver pants with green and blue stripes. The set will be worn in Week 8 against the Browns in Seattle.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 1970-90s ‘Creamsicle’ throwback

The Bucs will bring back their “Creamsicle” uniforms for Week 6 against the Lions. The set features white helmets with the iconic “Bucco Bruce” logo, orange jerseys, white pants and orange and white socks.

Philadelphia Eagles: Iconic Kelly Green throwback

The Eagles are bringing back their Kelly Green throwback uniforms for the first time since 2010. The set includes Kelly Green helmets and jerseys with gray pants and striped socks. They will wear the uniforms on Sunday Night Football against the Dolphins on Oct. 22 and against the Bills on Nov. 26.

Cleveland Browns: 1940-50s white helmet throwback

The Browns are throwing it way back in 2023, as they’ll wear white helmets for the first time since 1951. After exclusively wearing all-orange lids for over 70 years, Cleveland will pair the white helmet with throwback jerseys that it last wore in 2021. The uniform set will be worn in Week 2 against the Steelers, Week 6 against the 49ers and Week 17 against the Jets.

Minnesota Vikings: 1960-70s purple throwback

One of the greatest eras in Vikings history will be honored in Week 1 this season. The team will wear purple uniforms dating back to the 1960s and 70s, when the vaunted Purple People Eaters defense and quarterback Fran Tarkenton led the Vikings to multiple Super Bowl appearances.

Detroit Lions: New alternate blue helmet design

Another NFC North team will have a new design in 2023, as the Lions plan to rock an alternate helmet in Week 8 against the Raiders and Week 18 against the Vikings. The blue helmet will be paired with Detroit’s all-gray alternate uniforms.

Tennessee Titans: Houston Oilers throwback

The Titans will wear Houston Oilers throwback uniforms for two home games this season. The jerseys will be light blue with white helmets and red accents. With the addition of these light blue jerseys, the team will do away with its light blue alternate jerseys that have been worn since 2018.

Indianapolis Colts: 'Indiana Nights' with black helmet

The Colts will have a black helmet for the first time to go with their "Indiana Nights" alternate uniforms. The blue jerseys and pants have a heather pattern, the first of its kind in the NFL. The Colts will debut the uniforms for their Week 7 game against the Browns (which kicks off at 1 p.m. local time).

New York Jets: 'Legacy White' modernized 1980s throwback

The Jets will rock an all-white uniform with their green helmets twice this season -- Week 1 against the Bills and Week 4 against the Chiefs, both primetime games. While the set isn't an identical match, it is reminiscent of the uniforms worn from 1979-89.

Denver Broncos: New alternate white helmet design

The Broncos will rock white helmets in a nod to "Colorado's snowcapped mountains," the team said. The helmets, which will be the first all-white design in franchise history, feature the throwback "Denver D" logo. These helmets will exclusively be worn with the club's all-orange alternate uniform.

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