Pool, dog park, you could put a ferris wheel somewhere and run wacky promotions each week.
The Jaguars showed off their new duds at the team's annual state of the franchise presentation Thursday. The thing that's important for me in thinking about this uniform is the connect.
With the National Football League constantly working to get fans out of the confines of their homes, the Jags' innovative idea might be a game changer as TIAA now will be able to accommodate adults, kids and their dogs.
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The park is expected to be open by the start of the 2018 season.
The Jacksonville Jaguars will be sporting new uniforms in 2018.
It was a bit anticlimactic, however, after artwork of the uniforms was hung at Jacksonville International Airport on Wednesday evening. It's a union that has grown from trendy to traditional, punctuated by a lack of accents on most of the uniform.What remains is the neck accents, which are sharper and have an increased aesthetically pleasing effect with less going on elsewhere.
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Jaguars president Mark Lamping said that was the result of a "miscommunication" by the team and that the airport "had actually nothing to do with it".
The changes came after an experiment with a two-tone gold-and-black helmet - introduced in 2013 - that was widely panned. It's a shiny black now.
The Jaguars also dumped the mustard-colored Color Rush uniforms for an all-teal look. "Tradition has returned to Jacksonville".
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