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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Team impressed by British talent

The Jacksonville Jaguars welcomed 160 British and European amateur American footballers to Loughborough University over the weekend.

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Jacksonville Jaguars impressed by British talent at players' academy - Jaguars.com
The Jacksonville Jaguars welcomed 160 British and European amateur American footballers to Loughborough University over the weekend where Jags player and coaches showed them what it takes to train like an NFL professional. The players were put through their paces over three days in the first ever Jaguars Academy before a one-day Coaching Academy was held on the Sunday – both with the aim of improving the standard of the game in the UK.

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