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Last spring, Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie confirmed that the beloved kelly green jerseys would make their long-awaited return in 2023.
Thanks to TempLids, a custom helmet company based out of Chester Springs, PA, we have a sneak preview of what’s to come next season:
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“We really wanted to go back to the classic, Eagles green, Kelly green jersey, but we wanted to do it the right way, and the right way was to have a matching helmet,” said Lurie at the NFL Annual Meetings last year. “And for whatever different reasons existed, it wasn’t until June of 2021 that the NFL has allowed us to come up with a second helmet.”
“If you remember the 90s and the 80s with Randall [Cunningham] and Reggie [White] and Jerome [Brown] and Seth [Joyner] and Clyde [Simmons] and everybody, it’s going to be that uniform, and it’s going to be as identical to what that existed as possible.”
The NFL finally allowed teams to wear alternate uniforms with second helmets in 2022, permitting the Eagles to don a black headpiece, a sleek look that has always been a fan favorite. Now, Philadelphia gets its iconic jersey back.
Go Birds. pic.twitter.com/PsrqW5mkz5— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) March 29, 2022
Mandatory Credit: AP Photo | Mel Evans