SEATTLE -- The Seattle Seahawks have retired their neon-green jerseys after just one game.
The Seahawks were widely panned for wearing the jerseys during a home loss to the Chicago Bears on Sept. 27. They haven't been seen since.
Coach Jim Mora chooses the uniform combinations the team wears each week, with input from the players.
Asked why he's saying goodbye to the green, the coach said "we didn't win in them" and that he likes the traditional Seahawks blue better.
He does like another change made recently -- wearing the blue "home" pants under white jerseys while on the road.