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Let's spin around the internet to see what people are saying about the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Former Jaguars administrator implicated in UM scandal |
An 11-month investigation by Yahoo! Sports, in which former University of Miami booster Nevin Shapiro outlines all the illegal activity that he engaged in as a Hurricanes' benefactor from 2002-10, also implicates former Jaguars' administrator Michael Huyghue as a beneficiary of Shapiro's alleged generosity.


Jaguars' Eben Britton gets his chops from grandma, Estelle Parsons |
Estelle Parsons had a fantastic radio while she worked in London, performing in Ira Levin’s "Deathtrap." So on Sunday evenings when she could, she’d turn it to a Jacksonville broadcast and listen to Jaguars games.  The Academy Award winner wanted to follow her grandson’s football games, even that far away. 


Jaguars Notebook: Mayor Alvin Brown joins team's push to sell tickets |
Mayor Alvin Brown is following in the footsteps of former mayor John Peyton when it comes to helping the Jaguars sell tickets. Peyton started the Team Teal effort in 2009 that helped avoid blackouts last year.


Jaguars Ticket Woes: Mr. Florio, It Works Both Ways | Jaguars Blog
We are all very much aware of the current problem of season ticket purchases which, if not met, could lead to some or all games being blacked out within the allotted 75-mile radius. According to the article, the team is still roughly 5,000 tickets short of the required amount.


Report: Eben Britton out rest of camp - AFC South Blog - ESPN
General manager Gene Smith and the Jaguars have been about foundation building the past couple years. Britton The offensive line foundation isn’t in great shape right now. Right guard Uche Nwaneri has received mediocre reviews, at best, so far in camp, and right tackle Eben Britton has even worse buzz. And, according to Tania Ganguli, Britton had a minor procedure done on his back during the last week that will keep him out for the remainder of the preseason.