Denver is electing to wear its home orange jerseys against the Seattle Seahawks, according to Mike Klis of the Denver Post. It's a decision that will likely mean the Seahawks will wear their white jerseys, despite both teams finishing with the same regular season record. The Broncos made their choice due to the AFC representative being designated as the home team in 2014.
The neutral site game will be an interesting shift for two teams that held home-field advantage through the playoffs and were favored in their respective divisions. Home was kind to the Broncos in 2013, with Denver posting a 9-1 record at home between the regular season and playoffs. The history of football's biggest game isn't so kind with the Broncos posting an 0-3 record in the Super Bowl when wearing orange.
Seattle has not yet released its uniform choice.