NFL Draft Hats 2018: First Look At New Era Caps For Draft Day

UPDATE: All 32 2018 NFL Draft hats were unveiled by New Era Caps were unveiled on Tuesday afternoon, with each team receiving a franchise-specific phrase that will make their cap unique. You can flip through the gallery above to find your favorite team’s hat that will be worn by the newest member of your team when the draft takes place April 26-28 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.


The 2018 NFL Draft is just over two weeks away, so New Era Caps, the official hat supplier of the NFL, is getting in on the anticipation and trying to build hype for their latest line of draft day caps. This year, the caps will be gray, with the brim of the hat being the primary team color. The team logo will be plastered front and center, with a team slogan — also in the team’s primary color — behind the logo.

So far, the only hats to be released are the Cleveland Browns, New York Giants, New York Jets, and Denver Broncos. The slogans for those teams, in respective order, are Dawg Pound, Big Blue, J-E-T-S, and Broncos Country.

Other slogans that have already been unveiled are Who Dey (New Orleans Saints), Go Pack Go (Green Bay Packers), Chief’s Kingdom (Kansas City Chiefs), Fins Up (Miami Dolphins) and Titan Up (Tennessee Titans). Let’s just hope the Buffalo Bills, who play their home games at New Era Stadium, get to roll with Bills Mafia. Those would sell like hotcakes.

ESPN’s Darren Rovell was first to tweet out an image of the caps:

FIRST LOOK: Official 2018 NFL Draft Hats from @NewEraCap pic.twitter.com/8keUbRSQYD

— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) April 10, 2018

New Era followed up shortly after with a promo video to tease the other slogans around the league.

The full list of 2018 NFL Draft attendees can be seen below and be sure to share your thoughts on the draft caps in the comments section below:

  • Jaire Alexander, cornerback, Louisville
  • Josh Allen, quarterback, Wyoming
  • Saquon Barkley, running back, Penn State
  • Taven Bryan, defensive tackle, Florida
  • Bradley Chubb, defensive end, North Carolina State
  • Sam Darnold, quarterback, USC
  • Marcus Davenport, defensive end, UTSA
  • Tremaine Edmunds, linebacker, Virginia Tech
  • Rashaan Evans, linebacker, Alabama
  • Minkah Fitzpatrick, defensive back, Alabama
  • Shaquem Griffin, linebacker, UCF
  • Derrius Guice, running back, LSU
  • Josh Jackson, cornerback, Iowa
  • Lamar Jackson, cornerback, Louisville
  • Derwin James, safety, Florida State
  • Kolton Miller, offensive tackle, UCLA
  • Josh Rosen, quarterback, UCLA
  • Roquan Smith, linebacker, Georgia
  • Leighton Vander Esch, linebacker, Boise State
  • Vita Vea, defensive tackle, Washington
  • Denzel Ward, cornerback, Ohio State
  • Connor Williams, offensive tackle, Texas