The event featured a Q&A session and meet-and-greet with Jacksonville Jaguars players Cecil Shorts III, Paul Posluszny, Blaine Gabbert, Chad Henne, Johnathan Cyprien and Tyson Alualu. In addition the Jaguars’ cheerleaders and mascot Jaxson de Ville treated guests to a live performance.
49ers legends Guy McIntyre and Bryant Young, alongside former Jaguars players Fred Taylor, Tony Boselli and Jeff Lageman entertained the crowd and ensured that UK fans were able to get closer to the NFL than ever before.
“There is such a great buzz here at NikeTown,” said Jacksonville Jaguars player Cecil Shorts III. “It is always fantastic to meet our fans in the UK and feel the passion they have for the NFL. We are really looking forward to gearing up for Sunday’s game.”
As the official uniform supplier of the NFL, Nike provides all on-field, baselayer, sideline and practice wear for the league’s 32 teams. The Nike Elite 51 Uniform delivers a fully integrated system of dress for athletes at the highest level. Rooted in body-led design, the uniform system is built for a body-contoured fit resulting in zero distractions in order to help amplify speed.
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