The New York Giants have a Super Bowl challenge to overcome.
According to ESPN’s Darren Rovell, the team is planning a “brand new look” for the 2016 season, with a new logo and uniform that will incorporate the iconic red-and-white stripes.
The Giants are in need of a new jersey and new look.
“The new look is a brand new look,” a source close to the team told Rovell.
“It’s not the old one.”
The new logo is being referred to as the “Red and White Super Bowl,” and the new uniforms will feature the team’s current logo on the sleeves.
One source close with the team confirmed the new look to Rovell and the New York Post’s Mike Reiss.
Giants fans are already calling for the new jersey.
Rovell also reports that the team has agreed to a contract extension for defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul, who has struggled for the team this season.
Pierre-Paul has missed all of the Giants’ games this season, and has yet to return to the lineup.
The deal would keep him on the roster through at least 2021.
A contract extension would also bring some much-needed help to the defense, with Pierre-Pascal expected to re-sign with the Giants in the near future.