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One of the emphases this offseason has been the improvement of the in stadium experience. The NFL is trying to make going to a game in person as good or better than staying at home, watching the game from your own couch. The Jacksonville Jaguars are making their own effort to sell tickets with a new food policy, per John Oehser.
"Food is permitted inside EverBank Field for Jacksonville Jaguars home games provided that it is unwrapped and placed inside a one-gallon clear plastic bag no larger than 11” x 11” (standard freezer bag). All food items are subject to visual inspection and may be subject to a more thorough inspection if deemed necessary. Stadium security and the Jacksonville Jaguars reserve the right to deny any food item from entering the gates. No outside liquids or beverages will be permitted to enter EverBank Field. If food or beverage is required for medical purposes, please contact the Jaguars Fan Services Department."
The new policy will likely be a bi...
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Punter Bryan Anger has signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars, leaving the team with just one player not under contract heading into training camp.
First-round pick Justin Blackmon, who pled guilty to a DUI charge in Oklahoma on Tuesday, remains unsigned. Players are scheduled to report Thursday.
Anger, a third-round pick from California, signed Wednesday. The 70th overall pick was...
The Jacksonville Jaguars have reported for training camp without running back Maurice Jones-Drew and first-round draft pick Justin Blackmon.
Jones-Drew failed to show up for check-in Thursday, still seeking a new contract. Owner Shad Khan and general manager Gene Smith say they have no plans to negotiate a new deal with their star player.
Blackmon is one of a few rookies who remain...
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In 2011, Thomas was inserted as a starting ...
Punter Bryan Anger signed a four-year deal with the Jaguars, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter, leaving first-round pick wide receiver Justin Blackmon as the team's only unsigned draft pick. Anger was the 70th overall pick in April, the highest selection for a punter since Todd Sauerbrun was a second-round pick in 1995. The Jaguars released Nick Harris and Spencer Lanning...
Special Judge Michael Stano accepted Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Justin Blackmon’s guilty plea Tuesday to drunken driving after being stopped for speeding at around 3 in the morning this past spring in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Blackmon, taken by Jacksonville out of … Continue reading →
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- The Jacksonville Jaguars have signed tight end Gijon Robinson and released fullback Naufahu Tahi, who left the team Friday for what coach Mike Mularkey called "personal reasons."
Mularkey spoke to Tahi after the team's morning session and said the sixth-year veteran left the team in what was a "family decision."
According to ESPN.com, Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew will not report to training camp. He’ll continue to hold out for a new new contract, even though he has two years left on his current deal.
“Unhappy with his contract, Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew will not report Thursday to Jacksonville’s training camp, league...
The Jacksonville Jaguars have activated running back Maurice Jones-Drew and waived second-year running back Keith Toston.
The Jaguars had a roster exemption for Jones-Drew, who ended a 38-day holdout last Sunday. He is expected to play in Sunday's season opener at Minnesota.
Toston, a four-year letterman at Oklahoma State, spent the 2010 season with St. Louis. He signed with...
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