Not sure how it will look when wearing the colors pink and purple together?
Sounds like an episode of What Not To Wear, a style makeover show on TLC.
With this being Breast Cancer Awareness month, the Ravens hope to still look amazing with their pink accessories when they take the field Sunday vs. the Dallas Cowboys.
Coach John Harbaugh will wear a pink hat. Players will have shoes, shoelaces, glove and the like in the same color.
"I also think it’s symbolic of all cancers and all the things that challenge us health-wise. But, it’s just a way to make a statement about the women in our lives – our moms, our wives, our daughters, our sisters – that mean so much to us," Harbaugh said. "It’s just a way of saying, in this kind of male-dominated football kind of a world as players and coaches, that, 'Hey, you know what? You mean everything to us.' It’s great that we do it for that reason.”
Receiver Torrey Smith hasn't dealt with breast cancer in his family, but he knows odds are it can happen.
"I have a mother and grandmother who raised me and two younger sisters," he said. "It definitely means a lot to me, how serious it is in ur community and how it's growing. Anything we can do to bring awareness to it and help out, I'm all for it.
Linebacker Ray Lewis took it a step beyond that he does have personal experience with it.
"We should do more. I know we go monthly and we do our things, but this is an all-around process. It’s a yearly thing," he said. "Every day, some woman is dealing with this. .. I have folks, personally, that are dealing with it. It’s just not a good thing because that’s the personal side that you see. You represent pink, but you will never understand the pains that they are really going through. I’m glad we can honor them the way we honor them, going out there and playing the game that we play and putting on pink.”
The Ravens also have black in their colors, which will help mitigate the brightness of pink.
"It blends with our colors pretty well, the purple and pink and black," Lewis said. "So, we'll make it work."