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Broncos tease new white helmet

Broncos fans are sharing ideas for an alternative white helmet and new uniform possibilities.

PHOENIX — A new owner, new coach, new quarterback and possibly a new stadium. Could it soon be time for the Broncos to update their helmet?

Denver Broncos president Damani Leech said last week the team is conducting surveys with fan groups on a potential new uniform design.

At the NFL owners meetings in Phoenix, Leech said a change to the uniforms could take time. Such a change would not happen this season.

However, this season the Broncos could wear an alternative second helmet for a game or two, according to 9NEWS Broncos Insider Mike Klis.

“It’s something we’re definitely exploring,’’ Leech said. “And we do have the possibility of doing it this year, and we’re exploring that as well.”

The Broncos teased a new white helmet on social media Monday with the words "coming soon."

The Denver Nuggets, Colorado Rapids, Colorado Rockies and Rocky Mountain Vibes have all recently unveiled new jerseys.

The Broncos last gave their uniforms a complete overhaul in 1997. The team unveiled a new logo, new navy blue jerseys and lots of new striping. The team switched to an orange jersey full-time in 2012.

Many in Broncos Country are wondering whether a new jersey could be on the horizon under new team ownership. Others are hoping for a return to the "D" logo the Broncos used from 1968 to 1996.

Here are some intriguing uniform and helmet concepts created by fans:

> Have a uniform to share? Send it our way to be included here.

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