New uniforms are being unveiled for the Arizona Cardinals and they are looking to build on last season’s success.
The new uniforms will debut during the team’s preseason exhibition game on Saturday at 1:30 p.m.
ET against the Indianapolis Colts.
The uniforms are the first of two major overhauls for the franchise that includes a new look for the coaching staff, as well as the addition of a new helmet.
The uniforms will also feature a new “Super Bowl” logo for the first time.
The Cardinals have not worn any new uniforms since their last one in January 2017, when they wore their old uniforms.
The change to the team will come at a cost for fans who have been stuck in a rut in recent years.
The team finished the season with a 4-7 record.
While many fans still consider the Cardinals a contender in the AFC West, the franchise was in a dire financial position at the start of the season, with the franchise in a state of disrepair.
The Arizona Cardinals have a history of not making any major changes, as it is a team that was built around a certain identity.
Last season, the Cardinals signed quarterback Carson Palmer to a three-year contract worth $60 million, but the contract was later cut down to $40 million in August.