Report: Redskins pull proposal to opt out of Color Rush uniforms
Washington Redskins management has changed their decision.
Washington Redskins management has backtracked on one of their proposals heading into the NFL Owners Meetings.
According to the Washington Post's Mark Maske, the Redskins have decided to withdraw their proposal to let teams opt out of their "Color Rush" uniforms for Thursday night games. The jerseys have been a polarizing addition among fans league-wide.
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However, ESPN's John Keim said that team president Bruce Allen revealed to him that they may postpone a vote on this until May.
The Redskins did not wear their Color Rush jerseys in 2016, but it looks like with their decision to pull their proposal back, we could be seeing them make their official debut in 2017.
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