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The Jacksonville Jaguars and San Diego Chargers were featured on Monday Night Football and apparently no one in the city of Jacksonville wanted to support their team that just had their head coach fired. The Chargers Tight End literally jumped over a Jacksonville defender while the Jaguar Dancers cheered on the sideline. I probably wouldn’t show up either if my team was just sold to some guy from Illinois.
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The news last week that the Jacksonville Jaguars had been sold to Illinois businessman Shahid Khan was greeted enthusiastically in Los Angeles, where football fans have been without a home team since the Raiders and Rams moved away in 1994. Those fans might not want to add teal to their wardrobes quite yet. The Jaguars will not move to Los Angeles, CBS' Charley Casserly reports...
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The nicest moment on a depressing night for Jaguars fans in Jacksonville came whenever they showed owner Wayne Weaver on the Jumbotron. The fans stood as one and applauded Weaver for bringing pro football to town. This was his national television send-off, with the sale of the team expected to become official next month. There…
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Two days removed from landing the job, Mel Tucker last week handled his first NFL conference call as Jacksonville Jaguars interim head coach in smooth fashion.
He spoke eloquently to San Diego media about his stout running game. He discussed his defense's goal to be plus-two in the turnover margin each game.
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