Houston Texans CEO Cal McNair plans to offer fans a jersey swap

You haven’t got to remorse shopping for that Brock Osweiler or Steve Slaton jersey anymore.

HOUSTON — That outdated Houston Texans jersey sitting within the darkest nook of your closet? It’s time to deliver it out!

During a current Reddit AMA, Texans CEO Cal McNair hinted on the group offering fans a jersey swap to allow them to rock jerseys of newer gamers.

“Yes, we will do this in October so stay tuned for details,” McNair replied to the fan who requested about a potential swap.

McNair additionally hinted on the Texans having a new look sooner or later. When requested about altering the design of the uniforms, McNair stated that choice was on the desk.

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“We have already engaged the NFL to better understand the process to formally start a fan research study…we won’t be afraid to evolve,” McNair stated.

In an period the place groups change uniforms usually, the Texans have stayed true since becoming a member of the NFL in 2002. The “Deep Steel Blue” and “Liberty White” uniforms largely saved the identical look since inception, with “Battle Red” jerseys being unveiled in 2003.

Outside of their “Color Rush” uniforms, many adjustments have not been made.

The Texans did unveil new alternate Battle Red helmets earlier this year to match the jerseys. The new look will probably be on show Nov. 3 at NRG Stadium because the Texans face the Philadelphia Eagles.

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