According to Albert Breer of Sports Illustrated the NFL has relaxed their rules on alternate/color rush uniforms.
In the past teams were only allowed to wear alternate uniforms twice per season and were required to wear color rush uniforms at least once per season.
Now, according to the new rules, teams will be allowed to wear alternate uniforms (including color rush) three times per season. In addition to being allowed to wear the alternates three times instead of just two, teams will NOT be required to wear color rush uniforms at all.
What does this mean for the Jaguars?
They won't be forced to wear color rush uniforms during their Thursday Night visit to Tennessee this season. They can instead opt to wear their teal alternates, which are a fan favorite. The team will also be allowed to wear their teal alternates two other times throughout the season, should they so choose (they should).
We're firmly entrenched in the dead period when it comes to NFL news (don't tell Kam Chancellor that), but when it comes to the Jaguars being able to wear teal more often that's always a good thing.
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