The Cincinnati Bengals unveiled their first major uniform redesign since 2004 on Monday.
The new uniforms are largely pared-down versions of the team's previous set. Orange and black remain the primary colors adorned with tiger stripes. The team's trademark orange helmet with black stripes, worn since 1981, will not change.
Gone are the drop-shadowed numbers, colored collars, white side panels, and shoulder yokes on the road jerseys.
The Bengals' wordmark replaces the "B" logo on the breastplate, and numbers are notably absent from the shoulders.