Even if they really are switching to orange as the primary or introducing a grey jersey, I wouldn't be too worried about it. The hardcore Browns fans will put so much pressure on ownership to bring back the brown jerseys as the primary home jersey that it would last one year, at most. Remember back when Kellen Winslow claimed in a Penthouse interview that the Browns were getting new jerseys? The team office was inundated with calls from angry fans demanding the traditional designs be kept. Back in 2012, the Mike Holmgren-led front office tried to have the team wear white jerseys for all home games to follow in the tradition of Paul Brown and Marty Schottenheimer, but again were so inundated with complaints from fans and the brown jerseys showed up in November. Every time the team has tried to make some sort of major change to the uniforms, there has been a major backlash from the fans. --- I'm still not sure where the "grey jersey" idea originated from in the first place. Tony Grossi, the beat writer who's been the most "in the loop" has always claimed that grey would be an accent color and the primary jerseys would remain the traditional brown, white, and orange.