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The Green Bay Packers have been around for 99 years and that has led to them making changes to their uniforms. Recently, the Packers would wear their throwback uniforms for a once during the season to show respect to the players of 1930s and 1940s. And according to Steven Ruiz of For the Win, he wouldn't mind not seeing the Packers wear the throwback uniforms ever again. Ruiz recently ranked each team's alternate uniforms and the Packers were ranked 30th.

"With a few tweaks, this wouldn’t be a bad look," Ruiz wrote. "But the khaki-colored pants and green facemasks on the helmets gives the Packers an odd look."

And here's a look at the throwback uniforms.

The Packers wore the uniforms once last season which was against the Baltimore Ravens. They wore it again in 2016 vs. the Dallas Cowboys and in 2015 vs. the San Diego Chargers. The Packers are 1-2 in the last three games when wearing the throwbacks.

As for this season, the Packers have yet to confirm if they will wear the throwback uniforms. In fact, there's a possibility the Packers could wear brand new alternate uniforms as Davante Adams showed his jersey but it was gold with green letters and numbers.

When it comes to the Packers uniforms, there hasn't been any drastic changes in the last 50 years. Vince Lombardi was the last coach to revamp the uniforms which include the dark green jerseys the team still wears today. Former Packers offensive lineman and head coach Forrest Gregg made some changes to the uniform in the 1980s, but it was only adding logos to the jersey sleeves and numbers the pants. If gold jerseys turn out to be an official jersey for the Packers, it would be the first time in team history they would have this type of jersey to wear for games.

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Last year, the Packers had four uniform combinations which included their home, away, color rush and throwback. The Packers wore the color rusher in Week Four vs. the Chicago Bears and it featured white jerseys and white pants.

For the 2018 season, the NFL will allow teams to wear alternate/throwback uniforms according to Albert Beer of Sports Illustrated.

"The NFL is relaxing its policy to where teams will now be able to wear their alternates/throwbacks or color rush jerseys on three occasions during the season," Breer wrote Monday. "It used to be that teams could only wear the former twice, but this gives teams the option to wear those three times."

The Packers are looking to bounce back in 2018 after finishing the 2017 season with a 7-9 record, their first losing season since 2008. The team will report back to Green Bay July 25 for the start of training camp. The first practice will be on July 26 and the Packers first preseason game will be on Aug. 9 when they host the Tennessee Titans.