The Chicago Bears and the NFL will be celebrating their 100 year anniversaries this upcoming seasons and there's lots going down.
Chicago will open up the season against the Green Bay Packers pushing the Super Bowl champ New England Patriots to the Sunday night game.
As part of the celebrations the Bears have also decided to unveil a new jersey that they'll wear twice this season.
The Bears will wear the new threads against the Vikings on Sunday, Sept. 29 and versus the Cowboys on Thursday night, Dec. 5, both at Soldier Field.
From the Bears release:
"The uniform is a recreation of the one the team wore for one season in 1936. It features white jerseys with the Bears100 patch, navy and orange stripes on the shoulders and sleeves, navy numbers and letters, navy pants and navy and orange striped socks."
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