When the Green Bay Packers host the Chicago Bears on Thursday night, two of the oldest teams in NFL history will be participating in one of the the league's newest traditions: the Color Rush game.

The Packers and Bears won't be getting crazy, which means no all-gold for Green Bay and no all-orange for Chicago, but the both teams will be rocking the one-color look.

For the Packers, they'll be wearing a uniform combination that features a white jersey and white pants.

Here's what that looks like when it's actually on a player:

The game against the Bears will mark the first time since 1989 that the Packers have worn their white jerseys at home. Twenty-seven years ago, the team wore gold pants with their white jerseys, which means Thursday night's game will mark the first time they've gone all-white.

On the Bears' end, they'll be going with a navy jersey and navy pants for the game.

Although the Bears don't wear the all-navy combination often, they have worn it before. The Bears actually unveiled the all-navy look back in 2002 for a Monday night game against the Packers.

Here's a look at both uniforms together:

To see these uniforms in action, make sure to tune-in to CBS for the Bears-Packers game on Thursday night (8:25 p.m. ET). The game will also be televised by NFL Network, and Twitter will have a free live stream.

By the way, just in case you're wondering, the Color Rush craze will continue in Week 8 when the Titans host the Jaguars.