The Broncos will break out the alternates this season.
Denver confirmed Thursday that the team will wear blue jerseys in Week 8 when the team hosts the Green Bay Packers on Sunday Night Football Nov. 1, and all blue in Week 14 when the team hosts the Oakland Raiders on CBS Dec. 13 (full schedule here).
Broncos will wear blue jerseys w/white pants vs. Green Bay on Nov. 1 & blue jerseys w/blue pants vs. OAK on Dec. 13. pic.twitter.com/IaZf3UMGYE— Patrick Smyth (@psmyth12) August 20, 2015
For the Broncos' six remaining home games, they will wear orange jerseys.
Denver's standard away uniform features white jerseys, but home teams decide what jerseys each team wears. (For example, if it's hot in Oakland when the Raiders host the Broncos Oct. 11, they can choose to wear white jerseys and have Denver wear dark tops.)
The Broncos wore alternate all-blue uniforms against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday Night Football last season. Peyton Manning broke the NFL's all-time passing touchdown record in a 42-17 rout.
There have been rumors over the past two years that Denver will soon revise their uniforms, but those rumors were promptly denied by the team.