By now we have all heard that the Miami Dolphins will get receiving a makeover for the 2013 NFL season. The new-look Dolphins will be receiving some tweaked uniforms and a new logo in the second year of Nike’s contract as the official uniform provider of the NFL.
Last night, lost in the flurry of Super Bowl madness, was the news that another NFL team will be getting a new look for next season.
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CBS Sports’ Pete Prisco passed along the news that he has heard the Jacksonville Jaguars will be getting new uniforms and a new logo for the 2013-14 season as well. We had previously learned that the Jaguars would be sticking with their all-black look for the upcoming league year, but it looks like the uniform will receive a little tweak.
The new Jaguars uniforms will reportedly feature “more gold” and have a fiercer looking Jaguar logo.
With Miami and Jacksonville both receiving updated looks from Nike, this is likely just the beginning of their uniform modifications. Many were upset that Nike did not make any drastic changes to the uniforms for this season, but it looks like that college football uniform feel could be coming to the pros with a few teams next season.