Super Bowl LVIII is over and the 2023 NFL season has concluded.
After seeing a former player on the roster this year score the game-winning touchdown, the New York Jets made sure to get the conversation back to new beginnings for the next season.
Owner Woody Johnson and the organization announced the team will have new uniforms that will be officially revealed in April. The announcement, moments after the Chiefs hoisted their second straight Lombardi Trophy comes after five years with the "Gotham Green" look.
"You knew it was coming, right?" Johnson said in a post on X.
In those five years, New York went 27-56 and did not finish above .500.
As a part of the new uniform update, the Jets also said they plan to add their "Legacy White" uniform combination from the 1978-1989 stretch saw New York reach the AFC Championship game once in 1982.
New York wore their legacy uniforms in two games during the 2023 season - a 22-16 overtime win in the season opener against the Buffalo Bills, and a 27-23 loss to the now two-time defending Champion Chiefs.
The full unveiling of the Jets new uniforms will be held in April.