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Jaguars, Dolphins, Buccaneers give $400,000 to support OneOrlando Fund

All three NFL teams in Florida are banding together and contributing $400,000 to the OneOrlando Fund.

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The National Football League Foundation and the NFL's three Florida-based teams -- the Jacksonville Jaguars, Miami Dolphins, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- are uniting to support the victims' families and survivors of the tragedy in Orlando. Together they will contribute $400,000 to the OneOrlando Fund.

The purpose of the OneOrlando Fund is to provide the much-needed support to the victims of the Pulse tragedy and their families.

"In the face of this tragedy, the Jaguars stand in solidarity with the citizens of Central Florida," Jaguars owner Shad Khan said on Friday. "Along with the NFL and our fellow Florida teams, the entire Jaguars family offers our condolences and continued support for the city of Orlando."

In addition to the Jaguars' team contribution, fans are also supporting the OneOrlando Fund by donating at Blake Bortles also committed $10,000 personally through his Blake Bortles Foundation late last week.

For more information on how the Jaguars are specifically supporting the OneOrlando Fund, be sure to visit