The Pittsburgh Steelers are celebrating their 80th season and will wear jerseys at two home games from their 1934 season. They have not been worn since for one good reason -- they are ugly. From the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette:
"We wanted to use a jersey that we wore early in our history as we celebrate our 80th season," Steelers' president Art Rooney II said. "We have never used those jerseys since the 1934 season and I think our fans will be excited to see our players wear them in action this year."
They are called "throwback" jerseys; "throw up" is more like it.