The Jets unveiled three versions of their new look on Thursday.
The New York Jets unveiled their new jerseys on Thursday afternoon.
The team shared a photo of three iterations of the new look including an all-black option in addition to brighter green and white home and away combinations. All three versions feature a more simplistic style than their predecessors.
Replacing the former Jets patch is the phrase "New York," which sits above a player's number on the new jerseys.
The Jets finished the 2018 season at 4–12, good for fourth in the AFC East, under rookie quarterback Sam Darnold. New York signed former Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell to a four-year, $52.5 million deal this offseason to boost the team's offense.