Adrian Peterson showed off his new look in old gold and black on Tuesday night.

Just hours after the New Orleans Saints officially announced their two-year deal with the former Vikings star running back, Peterson swapped out his Instagram and Twitter profile pictures with a version of himself in two different Saints uniforms.

The photoshopped image on Twitter features Peterson in a white Saints jersey wearing No. 28. The Instagram profile picture offers an alternate look with Peterson photoshopped into the Saints’ black tops and old gold bottoms and helmet.

Vikings fans will be among the first to see Peterson’s new look in person when the Saints open the season at U.S. Bank Stadium Sept. 11 in the Monday Night Football spotlight. Ticket prices for the home opener popped after news broke that Peterson would sign with New Orleans and play his first official game with the Saints in Minnesota.

Peterson also shared his first “Who Dat” with the world Tuesday night on Instagram. He posted a video of himself training with the caption, “The second thing on my intellect when I woke this morning, putting in work! On my knees giving thanks to my lord & savior was first. #WhoDat.”

Fans eager to add old gold and black to their closet colors can already purchase Peterson's black Saints jersey online. The jersey is labeled a "special event item," the only catch is the jersey will not ship until two to four weeks after Peterson's number is confirmed by the team. If you're feeling sentimental, Peterson's Vikings jerseys are also still available. 

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