Ravens get 'new' looking jerseys from Nike, but don't change design

NEW YORK CITY - Nike says "fast is faster," but that is about all that is different with the new Baltimore Ravens jerseys.

The new look jerseys for all 32 NFL teams were unveiled today in New York City. The Ravens jersey doesn't look different in terms of colors, style, numbers, or logos, but the jerseys certainly have a sleeker look then the old Reebok designs over the years.

Most teams, like the Ravens, didn't change much in their jersey's design and look, but some teams did make some changes, none as dramatic as the Seattle Seahawks .

Ravens running back Ray Rice was in New York City to model the new look. He wore the traditional purple jersey with white pants with the same purple and black strip down the leg.

Nike took over from Rebook as the NFL's exclusive maker of on-field apparel this off-season. They say the main goal with the new jerseys was performance which includes more mesh to allow ventilation and special technology and cut that allows more mobility for players.

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