Panthers to wear all-black vs. Eagles, according to report

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The Panthers will wear the all-black look for the second time in team history on Thursday night.

It appears we'll get to see the second look at the Panthers' all-black uniform this Thursday, when the team plans to wear them against the Philadelphia Eagles in Carolina's second preseason game. It will be the first time the uniforms have made an appearance since winning the NFL.com vote for the 'Greatest uniform ever'.

The decision has not been confirmed by the organization, but 'word around the locker room' confirms the uniform, according to Scott Fowler of the Charlotte Observer. It will be the first time the Panthers will wear all-black in an away game, after last using them against the Denver Broncos at home in 2012.

It will be an identical look to what we saw last year. Black jersey, black pants, and blue socks. Equipment manager Jackie Miles has said publicly that he wants the Panthers to wear the look more in 2013, but that ownership has the final say. At this time the jersey schedule has been released, but no word which pants will be paired with the combination.

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