Cleveland Browns uniform changes could be coming

Browns owner Jimmy Haslam apparently isn't a traditionalist. Cleveland may be sporting new duds in 2014. (US Presswire)

Nothing is sacred to new Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam, not even the Browns' classic uniforms. According to ESPNCleveland.com, the Browns could be sporting new uniforms for the 2014 season. The team has notified the NFL that they would like to explore possible uniform changes. 

"Hopefully, we'll unveil uniforms at maybe this time next year for the 2014 season," Haslam said. 

The Browns aren't exactly the most fashion-forward team in the NFL. For most of their history, they've worn brown uniforms with orange and white stripes on the sleeve. Cleveland fans seem to love the classic look, but obviously Haslam thinks it's time for a change. 

Even if the uniform changes do happen, don't look for Cleveland's orange helmets to go anywhere. "You can mark this down, we're not touching the helmets," Haslam said. Browns fans who like helmet logos may be disappointed to hear that. Cleveland is the only team in the NFL that doesn't have a helmet logo and it doesn't sound like Haslam plans to change that. 

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