Houston Texans make minor uniform change ahead of 2019 season
Houston Texans announced a minor change to their uniform for the 2019 season.
The Houston Texans have revealed a similar uniform that we are accustomed to seeing since Nike took over the designing of the NFL uniforms, but added a small twist to the Texans jersey ahead of the start of the 2019 regular season.
The Houston Texans wrote the following statement on their Twitter page and made it official over their social media platforms:
"The logo represents our team. The logo represents our spirit. It’s on our helmet. Now it’s on our back."
The only noticeable change to the Texans jersey was the addition of the team’s emblem on the back of the jersey and right above the nameplate. There were rumors swirling this offseason that the Texans were going to make changes to the uniform with multiple teams around the NFL changing their uniforms in the past couple of seasons.
The logo will be present on all three Texans jersey colorways for the 2019 season. It will be on the Texans deep steel blue, battle red, and liberty white jersey. The jerseys are now on sale on the Texans official website and the prices vary from $79.99 to $149.99.
The Texans jersey could be seen as soon as this following Thursday as the Texans currently hold the 23rd overall pick in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft, and a player could be holding the new and improved jersey as they shake hands with the NFL commissioner, Roger Goodell, in Nashville, Tennessee.