Jaguars unveil 'no-nonsense' uniforms, helmets for 2018

Jaguars unveil 'no-nonsense' uniforms, helmets for 2018
In this image provided by the Jacksonville Jaguars, Jaguars players pose in new team uniforms, to be unveiled Thursday, April 19, 2018, in Jacksonville, Fla. From left are A.J. Bouye (21), Yannick Ngakoue (91), Jalen Ramsey (20), Leonard Fournette (27) and Calais Campbell (93). (Jacksonville Jaguars via AP)

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — The Jacksonville Jaguars have unveiled new uniforms and helmets, going with an old-school look that matches the team’s blue-collar identity.

The Jaguars showed off their new duds at the team’s annual state of the franchise presentation Thursday.

The Nike Vapor Untouchable uniforms feature three jersey and pants options — black, white and teal. The shiny, black helmets replace the two-tone ones used the last five years.

Owner Shad Khan says “true to our current identity and what we want to represent for years to come, our new uniforms are no-nonsense, all business and unmistakably Jaguars.”

Top executive Tom Coughlin played a significant role in designing the throwback look for the Jaguars, who reached the AFC Championships last season.

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