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Nassau students earn Jaguars tickets | jacksonville.com
Communities in Schools students from Fernandina Beach Middle School and Yulee Middle School earned their seats for a Jaguars game in December through a rigorous set of after-school assignments to develop health, leadership and academic success. The Jacksonville Jaguars donated tickets for students, parent chaperones and CIS staff to motivate student performance and healthy lifestyles. The Jaguars have provided tickets to more than 50 students served by CIS of Nassau County annually for the past nine years.
I Am Steve Bono - The O-Zone on jaguars.com
Had a few complaints after the first O-Zone, and though you can't please everyone all the time, neither do we plan to be so stubborn in this space that we can't take suggestions.
Back on his feet - Jaguars news on jaguars.com
Luke McCown won't say he's lowered his expectations, exactly. Still, McCown – the Jaguars' backup quarterback entering last season – said he considers himself an NFL realist. As such, he said there are at least a couple of things he realistically realizes about the upcoming season.
Blessings in a Backpack 'kick off' at Seabreeze Elementary in Jacksonville Beach - Press release on jaguars.com
Blessings in a Backpack will officially ‘kick-off’ its partnership with Seabreeze Elementary School on Thursday by providing weekend nourishment to 180 school children on the federal Free and Reduced Price Meal program as part of its program on the First Coast.
2007 Retrospective Response
In an article that inspired heated debate, Alfie Crow of Big Cat Country argued that the 2007 season in which the Jaguars went 11-5 and beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in the wild card round of the playoffs was detrimental to the future of the team. I actually agree with Alfie in that evaluation, but I don’t entirely agree with all the reasoning behind the article.