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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Marqise Lee hoping to be healthy for playoffs

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Marqise Lee “hoping” to be healthy for Jacksonville Jaguars playoff run -
Marqise Lee is planning on playing in the Jacksonville Jaguars’ first playoff game since 2007 on Sunday.

As for whether his sprained right ankle will allow him to do so, that’s a different matter.

”You’re going to ask me if I’m thinking about Sunday and playing; I think I’ll be out there, but I can’t tell you what the coaches and the trainers are going to decide,” Lee said. “From my standpoint, I believe I should be fine and be out there.”

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Shad Khan announces ticket donation to Sunday’s playoff game -
The Jacksonville Jaguars will host their first home playoff game in nearly two decades this Sunday, January 7 at 1 p.m. at EverBank Field. In attendance for the AFC Wild Card game will be several special guests.

Jaguars Owner Shad Khan and the Jaguars Foundation have donated 500 tickets to Sunday’s game to refugees from around the world who have settled in Northeast Florida. To identify these individuals, the Jaguars Foundation enlisted the support of Lutheran Social Services of Northeast Florida, which for more than 35 years has been aiding in the resettlement of refugees admitted to the United States due to dangerous political climates or natural disasters in their own countries.