Panthers reveal new helmet, alternate all-black uniform

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What’s done in the dark will come to light. For the Carolina Panthers, their darkness will be unveiled on Nov. 10, 2022.

On Tuesday morning, the team revealed new black helmets for the upcoming season. And along with that fresh headwear will also come a fresh alternate all-black uniform—which is set to be debuted in the Week 10 primetime matchup against the Atlanta Falcons.

Included in the team’s official release about the exciting new look were quotes from a few select players who were in the know of the surprise. One of which was defensive end Brian Burns, who’ll probably be channeling his inner Venom.

“Sometimes guys tap into an alter ego depending on what they’re wearing,” said Burns, who is known to embrace his Spider-Man moniker. “Whenever a team wears all black, or black accessories, it just brings out that dog in them, the evil side.

“When I saw this, I was like, ‘This will be tough.’ Especially on defense, they call us the dark side anyway, so it brings it all together.”

Safety Jeremy Chinn also can’t wait to get these all-blacks on the field.

“Oh yeah, it matters. It sets the tone,” Chinn said. “Guys will be fired up, for sure. I know fans have wanted it for a long time.

“The all-black is one of my favorite uniforms anyway. So this is like the icing on top.”

Let there be carnage.

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