Texans wearing color rush uniforms on Thursday, fans don’t care

Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images
Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images /

The Houston Texans have announced they’ll be wearing color rush uniforms on Thursday night.

The Houston Texans announced on Tuesday that they will be wearing their special color rush uniforms this coming Thursday night as they head out on the road to face off against the Cincinnati Bengals.

The Texans even posted a photo on Twitter.

After reading some of the replies from Texans’ fans, it sounds like they could care less about the uniforms and are more worried about how poorly they looked in week one.

Social media can be brutal.

For those who do care about the uniforms, the NFL says they will be wearing Deep Steel Blue colored jerseys and pants.

Like last year, the Bengals will be wearing all-white color rush uniforms.

The NFL wrote the following in their press release, via HoustonTexans.com:

"“Comprising full-color head-to-toe look, each club’s Color Rush uniform takes inspiration from both its current and historic uniform colors and designs, combined with progressive innovation that will set the tone for the future of the game and light up Thursday Night Football.”"

All NFL teams typically wear special color rush uniforms, but last year the Texans didn’t when they faced off against the New England Patriots, since they were too close to the Pats’ all-blue uniforms.

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In other Texans’ news, Houston has scheduled a workout with former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Cobi Hamilton, according to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle.

With Bruce Ellington now dealing with a concussion, the Texans could end up having to add another receiver.

The good news is that Jaelen Strong comes back from his suspension this week.

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