In a small bit of news, it appears the Houston Texans have tweaked their uniforms for the upcoming season. It is not much of a change but the collar of the Texans uniform looks different, the change becoming clear as photos of current Texans at their media day at NRG Stadium doing photo and video shoots for various platforms became public.
Here is a look at uniform prior to the change.
Notice on the collar of D.J. Reader, the red extends below the NFL logo and as it heads to the neckline, there is a defined angle to complete the red collar around the player's neckline.
Now with the new uniforms, the Texans now have a collar that is smoother with no real defined edges and has a NFL symbol that appears metallic. It is a small tweak but noticeable as a subtle yet strong change to the uniform.
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