The Pittsburgh Steelers are ready to party like it's 1934.
According to ESPN's Jamison Hensley, the Steelers will debut their new throwback uniforms against the Redskins on Sunday.
Fittingly referred to as the "bumble bee prison uniforms," the retro look is a flashback to the Pittsburgh Pirates of old. The garb hasn't been worn since their 2-10 campaign in '34, when they played at the since-demolished Forbes Field.
To go along with the jerseys will be "tan pants and black and gold striped socks and a black helmet," as they honor their 80th professional season.
This won't be a one-time occasion, either. The team will again don these uniforms for their Nov. 18 matchup versus the Ravens.
Someone get James Harrison down from the ledge -- quick.