Which NFL players will be wearing orange on Saturday?

This Saturday, NFL teams will wear orange jerseys for the first time this season.

That’s not a typo.

The NFL is doing this in response to a petition to do away with the color of jerseys in the league.

The petition has more than 10,000 signatures, and NFL owners and teams have been making it clear they’d rather see players wearing the color in favor of the team colors of their home states. 

The color orange was introduced in 1976 to distinguish the league from the NFL World Series, and in the years since has become a symbol of unity, respect, and unity of purpose for the game.

The orange color was chosen by the league to be a representation of the NFL’s diverse and vibrant history, which includes a variety of colors of the rainbow, including white, blue, green, red, yellow, and orange.

“Orange has been one of the most iconic colors for the NFL over the years, and we are thrilled to be able to finally share that history with our fans, fans of all colors, and all ages,” NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said in a statement.

“This is a time for unity, celebration, and patriotism, and the NFL is proud to have created a color that will be a part of that celebration and celebration of patriotism.”

The league’s move comes as the National Football League continues to be rocked by the controversy surrounding a sexual assault scandal that has forced many teams to suspend players, coaches, and team executives.

The players who were suspended include several members of the Indianapolis Colts, who are facing a lawsuit that alleges the team is “entitled to discipline” because of its treatment of former teammate Trent Cole.

The league has also been in the news for its handling of the anthem protests, which began last season after players refused to stand for the anthem in a protest of police brutality.

The NFL’s players have remained silent in protest, but on Saturday, the league will again take a knee during the national anthem.