For the first time since moving to Tennessee, the team will be making the move from a white helmet to a darker colored helmet. The new look will feature a navy-colored helmet with a silver facemask. From 1999 to 2017, the team wore a white helmet that featured a blue facemask.
The new uniforms were unveiled at an event in downtown Nashville on Wednesday.
Here's a look at the new helmet (the blue helmet shows up at the 20-second mark in the video below).
One thing some fans will notice is that the new navy uniform is the same one that according to ESPN.com. The Titans had been working on the redesign since 2014.. The fact that the jersey leaked was actually kind of surprising because the Titans took every precaution possible to make sure the uniforms didn't get unveiled early. The team was so serious about keeping the new look a secret that any player who saw the uniform before Wednesday had to sign a nondisclosure agreement,
So what do the new uniforms look like? Glad you asked.
Let's start with the new navy jersey, which you can see below.
Here's a 360-degree video so you can see the new look from every angle.
To give you an idea of how much the uniform has changed, here's a look at what the navy uniform looked like last year.
The Titans also unveiled a new white uniform and a new alternate uniform that's Columbia blue. The crazy thing about the Columbia blue uniform is that there's a sword design on the sleeve.
Here's a look at all three uniforms, including the new white jersey.
The Titans also unveiled a new Color Rush jersey, which actually looks a lot like their old Color Rush jersey.
The new makeover unveiled on Wednesday marks the first time since 1999 that the Titans have undergone a major uniform change. The last time the Team revamped came after the 1998 season when they dumped their old "Oilers" nickname and introduced the uniforms that they wore until last season.