The Arizona Cardinals will debut their new black alternate uniforms during today’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals, which kicks off at 4:05 p.m. ET on FOX.
The black uniforms, which were unveiled in May alongside new red home and white road sets, feature red numbers outlined in silver and red and silver stripes on the sleeves and down the sides of the pants.
The look is complete with black helmets that were introduced last season and include red flakes, a black facemask and a larger three-dimensional version of the Cardinals’ primary logo on both sides.
Arizona went 1-1 in the black helmets during the 2022 regular season, including a win over the New Orleans Saints and a loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. They were also worn in a preseason loss to the Baltimore Ravens.
The helmets were paired with the Cardinals’ black alternate jerseys and a second pair of white pants with black accents in the losses to the Eagles and Ravens and their all-black Color Rush in the win over the Saints.
The black jerseys, which followed the same template as their old home and road looks, made their debut in 2010. The Color Rush set, which featured cardinals numbers and piping, has been worn since 2017, meanwhile.
Arizona is scheduled to wear the all-black alternate uniforms one more time this season during its Nov. 26 game against the Los Angeles Rams (4:05 p.m. ET on FOX).