Greg Penner won’t spill the beans on Broncos’ new uniforms

We know the Denver Broncos are working on new uniforms. We don’t know when those uniforms will arrive and — contrary to speculation — we don’t know what the uniforms will look like.

Broncos owner/CEO Greg Penner was unwilling to spill the beans on the team’s uniform timeline during his end-of-season press conference.

“Uniforms  — nothing to announce on new uniforms today,” Penner said on Jan. 9. “That’s also been [some] learning for me. I just figured when you wanted to change your uniforms, you just made a new uniform. But boy, it’s a several-year process with the league and Nike to get there. We’ll be having some things coming there in the future, but nothing to announce today.”

One could infer that new uniforms will or won’t arrive in time for the 2024 season, depending on how you interpret Penner’s comments.

The Walton-Penner family purchased the Broncos just before the 2022 season. That did not leave time for new uniforms ahead of the 2023 season, but if Penner and Co. acted quickly, a new uniform could have been designed and approved in time for the 2024 campaign.

If Denver plans to unveil a new uniform before the upcoming season, an announcement should be expected in the coming months. It seems safe to assume that the uniforms will arrive at least before the 2025 season. In the meantime, we wait. With anticipation (and speculation) increasing, Penner’s in no rush to announce a timeline.

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