The Jaguars made a stunning positive leap in the 2017 season, and now, look to build off of that for the upcoming season and the future. Thursday, owner Shad Khan and the club discussed the future, and for the first time officially, unveiled their latest new look uniforms and helmets.
Here’s the updated version:
Classic. Timeless. Tradition. pic.twitter.com/q5r6lau7V8
— #DUUUVAL (@Jaguars) April 19, 2018
The Jaguars have decided to go back to a more traditional look and color scheme that they originally had in their early days with the exception of the “all teal” jerseys and pants scheme they have displayed Thursday.
The team has worn the teal jersey with black pants later in the season in each of the last two years.
Also, as previously alluded to by the the team, the Jaguars will go back to a solid black helmet with the team logo, as opposed to the two tone black and gold chrome helmet they have used for the past few seasons.
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