Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is set to have his new uniforms unveiled at a news conference Monday.
The Panthers, the team’s official jersey sponsor, will unveil the new look at their season opener at the team facility in Greensboro, N.C. It will be Newton’s second jersey redesign in three years.
He wore the old uniforms in 2017.
The first was in 2018, when the Panthers were in the NFC championship game.
Newton’s first redesign came in 2014 when he went to Atlanta to play the Falcons.
He retired with the team in 2018.
The team has used other new uniforms in recent years, including the new jerseys that debuted in the 2017 season.
The new uniforms are light gray and navy blue.
The sleeves and cuffs are more rectangular and the jersey pants are thinner and narrower.
The shorts are also narrower and longer.
The jersey is also lighter.
The design is also larger and more reflective, with a black outline and a white border.
The overall design has Newton’s helmet at the bottom of the shoulders, his number 17 on the front of the jersey, and the word “PANTHERS” on the back.
Newton wore the original uniforms for five seasons, starting in 2012 and ending in 2018 when the franchise relocated to Atlanta.
He had the new uniforms until 2019, when he retired after the 2018 season.
Newton played in both the 2017 and 2018 seasons with the Panthers.