The Steelers have just announced that they’ll be wearing their mono-black Color Rush uniform for this Thursday night’s home game against the Patriots.
This will be the first time this season that the Steelers have worn the CR design. It was last worn on Nov. 20, 2022, against the Bengals. According to the team’s website, the Steelers have gone 7-2 in this uniform since its introduction in 2016.
This will also be the second time in the Steelers’ past three home games that they’ve worn a non-primary uniform. They wore their throwbacks on Nov. 12 against the Packers.
The Steelers will have four games remaining after this Thursday. Three of them are on the road, and they’re slated to wear their standard white road jersey for those games. Their one remaining home game after this week will be on Dec. 23 against the Bengals, and they haven’t yet announced what they’ll be wearing for that one, so the throwbacks or Color Rush design could conceivably appear one more time.
(My thanks to Phil for bringing the Steelers’ announcement to my attention.)