The New England Patriots are set to wear their first official jerseys from Sunday’s NFL game against the Atlanta Falcons.
The team is using the uniform, which they unveiled in September, to promote the upcoming Super Bowl, and also to raise awareness for Parkinson’s disease.
A team official said the jerseys are “truly the most incredible thing to ever be worn by the New England Revolution.
And we are thrilled to have them on our team jerseys.”
The jerseys will be worn during the game on Sunday, Nov. 4, and will feature the team’s new design from head coach Jay Heaps, as well as some of the team uniforms from the last two Super Bowls.
The uniforms will be unveiled to fans at halftime of the game.
The Patriots’ official website will also carry the jersey’s design.
Fans can watch the game in HD on Foxborough’s Fox Sports, or on NFL.com and NFL.tv.
The New England Revolver are a young, fast-paced, all-black, alligator-inspired team, according to their website.
They have won three consecutive league titles and have won four consecutive AFC North championships.
The game will be broadcast live on Fox from 3 p.m.
CT on Sunday.
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