Top social media moments from uniform debuts
Tuesday night was jersey reveal time for the XFL's eight teams, and the reactions did not disappoint.
Don’t worry: We have you covered if you missed it.
The Dallas Renegades released their eye-popping jerseys -- oozing with Lone Star swagger -- to a rowdy Texas audience:
Dallas’ fans were feeling the heat coming off the jerseys as well.
And Dallas press supplied all the eyeball emojis!
The DC Defenders started off the night debuting their red and white uniforms to the team during a private dinner event.
Inspired by a tradition of service and sacrifice, the jerseys were debuted by quarterback Cardale Jones and wide receiver Levern Jacobs III as the place erupted.
Jones took to Twitter to show his love for his new red and white threads.
Before the night was over, the Defenders' Twitter account made sure to have some fun.
The fire from the oil fields was not the only thing bringing the heat down in Houston last night as the Roughnecks gathered to unveil their 2020 uniforms.
Houston took notice, from the press ...
... to the fans ...
... to the players, including quarterback Philllip Walker.
Los Angeles Wildcats
Black, red and light orange brought a dynamic look to LA last night. Los Angeles Wildcats offensive tackle Storm Norton and defensive end Shawn Oakman were the first two to see the jerseys, and their faces say it all.
Then they came through stuntin’.
Everyone started with the fire emojis.
And the memes came out looking *chef kiss*.
New York Guardians
The New York Guardians tabbed quarterback Matt McGloin and wide receiver DeAngelo Yancey to debut their swaggy black and grey uniforms with red accents.
The squad was loving both editions.
McGloin hopped on Twitter with Yancey to show them off a little bit more. It seems like they like them a bit.
Guardians Twitter went to the meme machine to get their opinions through.
St. Louis Battlehawks
The scene in St. Louis was loud and proud last night as the BattleHawks debuted their blue and white uniforms for 2020.
The players were going wild about them in person and on social media.
The Seattle Dragons brought the HEAT.
See what the players had to say.
More chatter from the press and the fans:
Tampa Bay Vipers
Bright colors and big smiles were all over the place in Florida last night as the Tampa Bay Vipers debuted their green, gold and white uniforms.
Quarterback Aaron Murray and cornerback Arrion Springs were the first two Vipers to see the new jerseys:
Then they put on the new threads and debuted them to the rest of the team, turning the place wild! CHEST BUMP TIME!