New Era, New Look: Jaguars Will Primarily Wear Teal At Home
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Coach Urban Meyer’s Jacksonville Jaguars will have a new look.
The Jaguars have changed their primary home jersey color from black to teal.
They switched back to what the franchise wore in its early years.
The team says it will don teal jerseys for nearly every home game beginning this fall.
The Jaguars have worn teal jerseys 114 times in 26 seasons and accumulated a 64-50 record in those games.
This is the third uniform adjustment in owner Shad Khan’s 10 years.
The latest change is part of a franchise overhaul spearheaded by Meyer.
He is expected to put his touch on every aspect of what’s been one of the league’s worst franchises.