New York Jets unveil new ‘black ghost’ helmets

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New York Jets will experience a new look During the 2022 NFL seasonThe organization hopes to hold the qualifiers for the first time since the 2010 season.

The Jets revealed their new “invisible black helmets” on Friday, which will be worn during three games of the regular season. The helmets will be paired with the all-black uniform and worn during weeks 8, 12 and 16 of the regular season.

New York Jets coach Robert Saleh speaks with reporters before the New York Jets mandatory mini camp at the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center on June 15, 2022 in Florham Park, New Jersey.
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“Inspired by a Stealth Fighter aircraft, the new helmet shell features a matte black finish,” the aircraft said on the team’s website. “The Stealth Black helmet also includes a green chrome face mask, which is an extension of the team’s existing green helmet shell. The helmet sticker has also been updated with a white master font – bringing together the three team colors on the helmet – green, white and black.”

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The new helmets come as the NFL has relaxed its rules on uniform policy, allowing teams to wear replacement helmets during the 2022 regular season.

“Our replacement helmets are the definition of swag,” said WR Elijah Moore. “I was definitely honored to shine in those.”

The The planes recently changed their uniforms In 2019, you’ll be wearing a slightly darker green outfit.

“We have the best replacement helmet in the league,” said RB Michael Carter. “The Jets Fam you will love, and I am so excited and blessed to help reveal it.”

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New York joins a growing list of NFL teams to go with a black helmet, including Carolina Panthers who announced Their new all-black look on Tuesday.

Garrett Wilson, of Ohio State University, was chosen as the 10th pick by the New York Jets during the NFL Draft on April 28, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Garrett Wilson, of Ohio State University, was chosen as the 10th pick by the New York Jets during the NFL Draft on April 28, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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The Jets are coming off another lackluster season, going 4-13 in Robert Saleh’s first year as head coach in New York.

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The Jets build on 2021 first-round draftee Zach Wilson, who impressed his coaches during an off-season program as he leapt forward in his second season as the starting quarterback.

Quarterback Zach Wilson, No. 2 of the New York Jets, during the New York Jets Mandatory Camp at the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center on June 15, 2022 in Florham Park, New Jersey.

Quarterback Zach Wilson, No. 2 of the New York Jets, during the New York Jets Mandatory Camp at the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center on June 15, 2022 in Florham Park, New Jersey.
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“He’s really got a good thing early on about the offense, and he’s doing a really good job with that,” Saleh said, according to the New York Post. “There are little things he does where you see more safety. He’s not a beginner, so he looks a lot clearer. He looks good. He’s become more comfortable, and he obviously catches the offense. He’s never had a problem accommodating an offense, but he was a beginner, so He’s going through it. He’s a lot ahead at this point than he was a year ago, for sure.”

Fighter aircraft in a training camp report on July 26.

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