Lamar Jackson changes look but not style
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Lamar Jackson changes look but not style

Louisville quarterback says he's not chasing second Heisman

Photo: Lamar Jackson

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — He dressed in a conservative black business suit rather than the stylish light grey outfit he wore to the 2016 ACC Kickoff. His hair was cut close to the scalp compared to his former high-hair fluffy flair.

And Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson’s new wardrobe was certainly a business look compared to the garish red tuxedo he sported to accept the 2016 Heisman Trophy in New York. ...


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