Found December 29, 2011 on
The Colts Authority:
The last meeting of the Jaguars and Colts is normally a hot ticket. It generally
is a game with big implications, big emotions and a nice warmer weather escape
for Colts fans. This year it may be blacked out.
The Jaguars were granted a 24-hour extension by the NFL today to avoid a television blackout for Sunday’s season finale against the Indianapolis Colts.
The team has until 1 p.m. on Friday to sell about 5,300 remaining non-premium tickets. Whenever the Jaguars requested ticket extensions for other home games this season, the blackout was lifted.
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