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UNIFORM HISTORY

New logo, flashier colors and revamped uniforms.

Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shahid Khan has given Nike 100 percent of control over the team’s gameday look for the 2013 season, recently referring to his intentions on becoming the “Oregon of the NFL.”

The pearlized dark green helmet that made its debut in 2009 will stay, but another alternate — perhaps matte black — will be added. Jacksonville’s black, teal and gold color scheme will be jazzed up a bit with sleeker accents. Since inception in 1995, the Jaguars have had one of the NFL’s cleanest combinations with numerous combinations of black pants, teal jerseys and gold piping.

In 2002, Jacksonville debuted its first all-black alternate. The primary home teal tops are currently used as alternates. The Jaguars have worn black shells with a primary logo since 1995, but teal shimmer was incorporated into the helmets in 2009.

Current uniform combinations include black, teal or white jerseys with white or black pants. Gold is now used on the helmet logo only. In 2009, Jacksonville overhauled its contrasting pants stripes to a smaller, single line that curves along the thigh.

Like the Carolina Panthers, the NFL other nearly 20-year-old franchise has only made subtle alterations since its inception. The Jaguars have never worn teal or gold pants so perhaps those could be options in the Nike era.