Kevin Stefanski calls the Browns’ new uniforms ‘straight fire’
The Cleveland Browns are going to look different in 2020. They will have a new head coach, a new general manager, likely new starters, and new uniforms. Their new head coach Kevin Stefanski seems to be a fan of the team’s new uniforms.
On a Reddit AMA (ask me anything), u/nobokov22 asked Stefanski what his thoughts are on the new uniforms. His response was priceless.
“Yes, they are straight fire – as the kids would say,” the first-time head coach said.
Stefanski has the privilege of seeing the Browns’ new uniforms beforehand. Cleveland has not yet released them, but they shouldn’t surprise once the public sees them. According to Tony Grossi of TheLandonDemand.com, they will be traditional and released before the 2020 NFL Draft.
Cleveland released new uniforms in 2015, which differed from their previous, more classic look. By the beginning of the 2019 season, fans had seen enough of the Nike-designed version of one of the NFL’s most iconic look, deciding to opt for their color rush look of brown-on-brown for home games.
The Browns’ 2015-2019 set is a symbol of a depressing era for Cleveland. The Dawg Pound likely wants to move on from a period of five seasons that included a 1-31 record between 2016 and 2017.
Whether or not Cleveland goes full-tradition and revert to their uniforms before the Nike re-design, Stefanski as head coach marks a new era of football in Cleveland. He has arguably the most talented Browns squad of recent memory. Now, he has to turn potential into production, with a new look to boot.