The Jacksonville Jaguars announced Wednesday that the team has agreed to terms with the City of Jacksonville to undertake approximately 63 million in major enhancements to EverBank Field, including two new end zone video scoreboards that will be the largest of their kind in the world.
Owner Shad Khan said at a press conference that the Jaguars will kick in 20 million for the scoreboard project.
The plan also calls for a major renovation of the north end zone to introduce an entertainment and viewing area for fans that will help attract and keep premier events in Jacksonville.
The Jaguars first unveiled the goal of new scoreboards and EverBank Field renovations during a state of the franchise address on Feb. 5. The team has since worked closely with Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown and the Jacksonville City Council to explore and agree on funding sources and models.
Our determination to see this concept brought to reality was matched by Mayor Brown, and his impressive work on this proj...