GREEN BAY – The Packers will wear their historic third jersey in 2019 in Week 3 against the Denver Broncos at Lambeau Field.
The Sept. 22 matchup is slated for a noon CT kickoff and will be televised on FOX. It is a gold-package game for Packers' season-ticket holders.
The third jersey is a re-creation of Green Bay's blue-and-gold look from 1937-48, during which the team won two of its 13 world championships.
This will mark the fifth time the Packers will wear this particular throwback jersey, and Green Bay is 2-2 in the previous four games, all at home.
It was unveiled in 2015 in a victory over the Chargers. The Packers then lost games in 2016 to the Cowboys and 2017 to the Ravens before shutting out the Bills last year, 22-0, a game in which outside linebacker Kyler Fackrell led the defensive effort with three sacks.