Fans attending Jaguars games this season will notice many enhancements to the game day experience. "The game day experience for our fans continues to be a top priority. We are excited to introduce multiple enhancements for the 2012 season and will continue to look for ways to make the EverBank Field fan experience even better in the future," said Jaguars President Mark Lamping. Fan improvements for the 2012 season include:
A LOT TO LIKE Fred Taylor says he’s optimistic. Taylor, the Jaguars’ all-time leading rusher, retired from the NFL before last season. He is spending this week with the Jaguars’ front office, and he hopes to find out if he might look to eventually join a team in that capacity. His work this week has given him a chance to see this year’s Jaguars up close. "I like what I see," Taylor said. "I really do. I am impressed with these guys, a lot of guys that I think get it. I think they understand the team concept and they understand that they have to work in order to get to where they want to go."
Cornerback Aaron Ross got a hero’s welcome when he returned to the Jaguars’ training camp Tuesday after watching his wife, Sanya Richards-Ross, run for gold in the Olympics Sunday. "He had a great welcome from the team in the locker room,’’ coach Mike Mularkey said. "It was really neat to see the reception that he had and [it was] good to have him back in camp.’’