The Jaguars have unveiled a new logo for the franchise at a press conference Tuesday afternoon.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have released a brand new logo for the franchise going forward, as owner Shad Khan has put his first official mark on the franchise since becoming the owner of the team. The new logo is a more modern and realistic look than the previous logo, which has been the team's logo since the inaugural season in the 1995 season.
This is just the first time the team has officially changed their logo, rocking out the old logo for the past 18 seasons in the NFL. It's not unusual for franchises to change their logos early in their history as just the Jaguars and the Houston Texans were the only teams to have never changed their logos.
There will be an alternate shield version of the logo that is an homage to the military and a play on the military shield logos. New uniforms are also coming, but those will not be released until a later date.