If you're a fan of the Ravens' black jerseys, you'll be happy with the news I'm about to pass along.
If you're not a fan, well, odds are you won't be as pleased.
According to the team's website, the Ravens will be wearing their alternate black jerseys with white pants on three occasions this year - during home games against the Broncos on Oct. 10, the Buccaneers on Nov. 28 and the Saints on Dec. 19.
Each team is allowed to wear either their alternate or throwback jerseys up to three times per year, so the Ravens are taking advantage of the full allotment of games this season.
Personally, I'm a fan of the all black look with the black jerseys and black pants, but we won't see that this year. The black jerseys and white pants will have to suffice.
I'll be back in Owings Mills today for the Ravens' final OTA of the offseason. Today marks the last time the media will get to see the team practice until training camp kicks off on July 27.
Word is that the tryouts for cornerbacks Ken Lucas and Walt Harris and safety Ken Hamlin that began yesterday will continue today, so I'll keep tabs on those three and hopefully get some comments from head coach John Harbaugh on how the veteran defensive backs looked over the two-day audition.
As always, you can follow me on Twitter (@DanKolko) to get the quickest updates as soon as practice is over.
If Twitter isn't your thing, I'll be back early in the afternoon with plenty of news and notes.