Andrew Luck isn’t the first quarterback in recent memory to have a new jersey look.
We’ve seen plenty of quarterbacks do it over the past few years.
And we’ve seen quarterbacks do similar things with their old jerseys in the past.
But this is not one of those times.
We have to go back to the old days.
That’s when players would put their jerseys on first and then have a little bit of fun before wearing them again.
So let’s take a look back at some of the more memorable looks from quarterbacks who’ve worn their old team’s jerseys: Russell Wilson and the Seahawks Russell and his Seahawks teammates wore their old Seahawks jerseys to their Super Bowl victory over the Packers in February of this year.
It was the first time Wilson wore his new Seahawks jersey, which he wore in an orange, gold, and red color scheme that was so iconic that it was even worn by the Packers during the final game of the 1994 season.
Wilson’s teammates wore the old jerseys on their way to their second Super Bowl win.
Joe Montana and the Montana Bears Joe’s former team, the Montana Panthers, had worn their first team jerseys to the 1991 World Series, a team that was actually playing in the second season of the new Major League Baseball franchise that would later go on to win the World Series the following year.
Jim McMahon and the NFL’s Pittsburgh Steelers When it came to wearing their old Steelers jerseys, McMahon had no trouble.
The former pro football player, who died of a heart attack in 1997, wore his old jerseys to his retirement ceremony at age 73 in 2001.
In that year, the Steelers made it to the Super Bowl, defeating the Indianapolis Colts in five games to win their first championship since 1970.
Ryan Tannehill and the Dolphins Ryan was once one of the most famous quarterbacks in the world.
He was a three-time Super Bowl champion in 2007, and he was a one-time MVP candidate in 2016.
But his Dolphins jersey, worn by a team named after a character from the show, did not make the list.
The Falcons and Titans have had different jerseys since 2002 The 2013 season marked the beginning of the end for Atlanta’s jerseys.
The team’s old uniforms were replaced with new jerseys that featured a green and white color scheme, while the team’s new jerseys were red, black, and white.
The Atlanta Falcons’ new uniforms were worn in the playoffs in the first round of the playoffs against the Cincinnati Bengals, and they would win the game on a field goal by Josh Freeman.
The Falcons would lose to the New York Jets in the AFC Championship game in 2018, and the team would retire in 2019.
Jamaal Charles and the Ravens While the Patriots retired their new red, white, and blue uniforms, the Ravens got a new look in 2016 with their new blue and red uniforms.
The new uniforms also included an alternate “B” for the Ravens.
Eli Manning and the Giants The New York Giants’ first uniforms were black and white in 2013.
Then, in 2015, the team added an alternate white and red uniform with the “C” for a logo.
Manning would win his third Super Bowl with the team in 2017.
Tom Brady and the Patriots Tom and Bill Belichick made their first and only NFL uniforms in 2012.
But in 2016, the Patriots introduced their new uniform with their logo and “B,” which was the same design used by the New England Patriots for the last two Super Bowls.
Brady would win a Super Bowl for the team with the new uniforms.
Matthew Stafford and the Lions After the 2016 season, Stafford and his teammates had changed their look from black and silver to red, yellow, and orange.
It’s a very bold move, but the new jerseys have been the biggest changes to the Lions’ uniform look in a while.
Derek Carr and the Raiders Carr wore the Raiders’ first-ever white and black uniforms in 2017, and in 2018 he retired.
Carr would go on the other end of the spectrum from the NFL in 2018 by switching to a red and black uniform.
Kirk Cousins and the Redskins The Washington Redskins had their first uniform redesign since 2000, and it was the most notable redesign in the league’s history.
The changes to Washington’s uniforms include the addition of an alternate black and yellow “C,” which is similar to the “B.”
Eddie Lacy and the Bears Eliminating the red, green, and yellow stripes on the Bears’ jerseys was a major change for Lacy in 2018.
He went from being the most popular player in the NFL, to not being a popular player.
Lacy’s jersey also featured an alternate green and yellow design that was different from the team that drafted him in the third round of last year’s draft. Colin