Jaguars’ draft hat has the wrong city skyline on it


The Jacksonville Jaguars’ draft hat, which will be worn by the members of the 2015 draft class who are selected by the Jaguars, was released with the wrong skyline on the rim of the bill.

The Jacksonville Jaguars have had more troubles than they would have liked this past season on the field. The last thing they need is for something to go wrong off the gridiron. But New Era, the company responsible for producing the 2015 NFL Draft hats, messed up Jacksonville’s hat. On the bill, the hat was supposed to feature the Jacksonville skyline. But in case you hadn’t noticed, it doesn’t at all.

That is definitely not the Jacksonville skyline. The Jaguars just can’t win lately. Not even with something as simple as getting the correct city skyline on a hat. Luckily, New Era is fixing their mistake and rectifying the situation before the hats ever hit the stage at the NFL Draft.

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The skyline currently on the brim of the hat resembles Miami’s skyline. But the Jaguars do not play in Miami. And apparently everyone got that memo except the people at New Era. Fortunately for them though, the Jacksonville faithful took to Twitter to express their dissatisfaction with the little hiccup. Everything is being taken care of and whoever the Jaguars draft on April 30th will look as sharp as ever with a hat on that has the skyline of the city they will be playing in.

According to Mel Kiper Jr.’s mock draft, the Jaguars are all lined up to select Dante Fowler Jr. The defensive end from Florida ran a 4.6 at the NFL combine and would be a huge asset up front for the Jaguars. Thankfully the team will be welcoming him with the proper gear, not a hat with the Miami skyline on it.

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