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49ers to wear all-white throwbacks vs. Seahawks, per Kendrick Bourne

Oct 27, 2020 at 12:55 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers didn't want to wait too long to wear their all-white throwback uniforms again. According to wide receiver Kendrick Bourne, the team plans to do so on Sunday for its road matchup at CenturyLink Field against the Seattle Seahawks. That will be just two weeks after the 49ers wore the throwbacks against the Los Angeles Rams — a game they won 24-16.


Bourne notes it's victory Monday ... but it's actually Tuesday. We won't hold that against the energetic and fun-loving receiver, though, because he delivers the news that the fan-favorite uniforms will be back.

San Francisco wore the same uniforms for last season's Week 17 matchup in Seattle. Kyle Shanahan's squad won the game 26-21, clinching the NFC West crown on the final play of the regular season.


The throwback uniforms are replicas of those worn by the last 49ers team to win a Super Bowl — the 1994 squad that beat the San Diego Chargers in Super Bowl XXIX. Those uniforms were part of the league's 75th anniversary and were throwbacks themselves to the team's jerseys during the 1955 season.

The 49ers wore the uniforms twice last season. In addition to that Week 17 matchup, the team donned the jerseys during a Week 8 51-13 rout of the Carolina Panthers.



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