After experimenting with the "Color Rush" uniforms in a few games last season, the NFL unveiled all 32 team's jerseys earlier today, including nearly all-blue jersey's the Colts will sport at some point in time.

The team shared the new threads through their Twitter account Tuesday morning.

As the photo illustrates, the jersey isn't vastly different (if at all) from the blue home jersey's the team wears inside Lucas Oil Stadium. The pants on the other hand are a totally different story. Gone are the normal white pants worn with both the home and away uniforms, in their place are solid blue pants to match the color of the jersey.

All in all, it's not horrible. Just be glad we don't live in Seattle where fans will probably have to wear sunglasses at night to shield their eyes from the intensity of the Seahawk's neon green duds.

The Color Rush uniforms will be used primarily during Thursday Night Football games, with the exception of all three Thanksgiving Day games, which includes the Colts hosting the Steelers that night on NBC. So if you're not a fan of the all-blue attire the Colts will be sporting, you don't have to worry about seeing it on your TV until some point in the 2017-18 season.