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The Jaguars announced Thursday that this weekends home game against Cincinnati will mark the last time in which teal will serve as their primary jersey.
Starting with the Week 5 home game against Chicago, the Jaguars will begin wearing black jerseys for home games. They havent worn black jerseys since the 2009 season.
Wearing teal on Sunday coincides with Jaguars Alumni Weekend and the induction of Fred Taylor into The Pride of the Jaguars.
Owner Shad Khan said in a statement: After this Sundays game, we will wear black as our primary jersey and teal will be reserved for special occasions as our alternate jersey. Teal will continue to be a part of our uniform and our logo, but on the field, our identity will grow in black jerseys. Source: Florida Times-Union
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