Nope, these aren't an early look at the 2015 Pro Bowl jerseys, these digs are what Lions quarterbacks will be ditching their traditional don't-hit-me reds for on Wednesday when the team practices at Ford Field in Detroit.
And get this, the jerseys are made out of materials from recycled plastic bottles. It takes 21 bottles to make each jersey.
The Lions are hoping the highlighter-green jerseys will help draw attention to their effort to help promote recycling along with Repreve, the recycled fiber brand that the jerseys are made of.
"This initiative is a reflection of the Ford family's commitment to leading in the area of sustainability," Lions president Tom Lewand said in a statement. "As an example, through our partnership with Repreve, we will be expanding to 500 recycling bins throughout Ford Field, making it easy for fans and guests to 'make the smart throw.'"
Very innovative and cool idea to help bring attention to a good cause with these jerseys. Nice job, Lions.
Via Detroit Lions