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Jaguars and Jacksonville announce scoreboard plans

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The city of Jacksonville and the Jaguars have announced how the new scoreboards will be paid for.

Streeter Lecka

The Jacksonville Jaguars and the City of Jacksonville announced plans for massive scoreboards in each endzone of EverBank Field during the summer and today have announced the contribution from each side and how the scoreboards, which are expected to be finished by the start of the 2014 season, will be paid for.

The offset in funding by the Jaguars themselves was announced over the summer, as the team also noted they'd be willing to pay an overages occurred during the construction process. It's a good thing it was noted that the money in which the city will be contributing is not affecting any other civic services, as that's usually the go-to complaint about stadium projects.

Boy those will be a pain in the ass to move to London.

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