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Jaguars Nearing Sellout for Season Tickets

Christopher Thornton



The Jacksonville Jaguars are nearing a sellout of stock for season tickets for the upcoming 2018-2019 NFL season, per the team’s official season ticket site.

According to the team’s ticketing site, the Jaguars have just under 3600 season tickets left available to the general public, which is a great sign for everyone involved, except maybe opposing teams and fans.

This is excellent news for a team who only a few years ago was amidst blackouts and other attendance-related issues. This also means that newly named TIAA Bank Field will be rocking with an estimated 63,000+ fans this upcoming season.

Shad Khan and the Jaguars have been continuously revitalizing TIAA Bank Field to make it a great experience for fans. Some of these changes include but are not limited to: cheaper concessions, the worlds largest video boards, the U.S Assure clubs and newly announced, a dog park in the north end zone.

There are still plenty of season tickets available at very affordable prices. Here is where you can find and purchase available seats.

Christopher Thornton Is the Co-host for Locked On Jaguars. Christopher lives in Jacksonville and is currently a season ticket holder for the Jacksonville Jaguars. You can find me on Twitter (@Mistochristopho) and contact me at [email protected].com

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New York Jets Call Jaguars About Dante Fowler Jr.

Zach Goodall



The New York Jets appear to be interested in trading for a pass rusher, and have reportedly called the Jacksonville Jaguars about fourth year DE Dante Fowler Jr.’s availability, per Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News.

Fowler Jr. offers potential as a full-time EDGE, as he has accumulated 12 sacks (14, including postseason) as a rotational pass rusher over the past two years. The Jaguars selected Fowler Jr. with the third

However, Fowler Jr. has a history of drama. He was most recently suspended for a week for fighting in practice, and will miss Week 1 due to a suspension for a misdemeanor battery charge from 2017.

We wrote last week that the Jets would be a team that’d make most sense if Fowler Jr. was on the trade block, which you can read here.

We will update this story as details emerge.

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Jaguars vs Vikings: Game Preview and Information

Ruairi Songer



Dec 11, 2016; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Yannick Ngakoue (left) and Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs (right) pose for a photo after exchanging jerseys at EverBank Field. The Minnesota Vikings won 25-16. Mandatory Credit: Logan Bowles-USA TODAY Sports

Jacksonville Jaguars at Minnesota Vikings

Thursday, 8/17/18 @ 1pm EST, U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, MN

You can watch the game on CBS47/FOX30, NFL Network, as well as on the team’s live stream in select markets.


The Jaguars and Vikings joint practice sessions have come to a close, the two teams will meet on the field to end the second week of preseason. The Jaguars and Vikings are similar teams in many ways, as both possess fearsome defensive units and solid running attacks. With that being said, here’s a few things to watch for in Saturday’s game:

Blake Bortles. Blake Bortles. Blake Bortles.

Bortles’ play and development will be a reoccurring story-line each week, but Saturday will bring his biggest test of the preseason. After an impressive training camp and first preseason game against the Saints, Bortles had a couple of rough outings during joint practice sessions, going 4/13 during 11 on 11 drills on day one.

The Vikings defense, while tough, is a blessing for the Jaguars offense and Blake. The match-up gives Bortles the chance to test a historically good passing defense, without any regular season record implications. He has the opportunity to take chances, learn from his mistakes, and compete against several All-Pro defensive backs such as Harrison Smith and Xavier Rhodes.

Cam Robinson will be put to the test against feisty Vikings edge rushers, mainly Danielle Hunter, who has recorded 19.5 sacks over the past two seasons. Vikings All-Pro DE Everson Griffen will most likely be inactive for Saturday’s game due to an infected leg wound.

Robinson’s play seems to be improving from 2017, which could, along with the addition of Andrew Norwell, elevate the Jaguars’ offensive line to being a top unit in the league.

The continuing battle for the nickel cornerback spot seems to be leaning in the favor of D.J. Hayden, after he intercepted Kirk Cousins in a joint practice session earlier in the week. With the absence of suspended CB Jalen Ramsey, Tyler Patmon should get the go-ahead at outside corner, giving Hayden plenty of snaps in the slot. He will be tasked with covering Adam Thielen, one of the better slot receivers in the league. A solid showing for Hayden would help cement his spot at nickel corner.

Sophomore RB Dalvin Cook may see his first action of 2018, pending on a decision by Vikings HC Mike Zimmer. The former Seminole had a promising start to his rookie year before going down with an ACL tear early in the 2017 season. Cook would be an interesting test for the Jaguars DL and LB corps, namely SAM LB Leon Jacobs, who shined in run defense against the Saints.

WR Rashad Greene’s job may be in jeopardy after muffing a punt against the Saints in week one. If Greene is still turnover-prone as a punt returner, he will have to find success as a receiver to make it past roster cuts. Look for Shane Wynn or Dede Westbrook to also see time as punt returners.





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Jaguars To Be Without Three Key Players Against the Vikings

Demetrius Harvey



May 22, 2018; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars offensive guard Andrew Norwell (68) waits for his turn to run a drill during organized team activities at TIAA Bank Field. Mandatory Credit: Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports

In addition to All-Pro cornerback Jalen Ramsey and defensive end Dante Fowler Jr.,  both suspended, missing this week’s preseason game against the Vikings, the Jaguars will be without three key players for this week’s joint practice as well as the game itself.

According to Jaguars head coach Doug Marrone via ESPN’s Michael DiRocco, the Jaguars will be without left guard Andrew Norwell (calf), defensive end Dawuane Smoot (foot), and defensive tackle Eli Ankou (knee).

Norwell sat out of last Thursday’s game against the Saints with calf tightness that came during pre-game warm-ups. Smoot and Ankou have been out for quite some time now. Unfortunately, Jaguars fans will have to wait until at least preseason week 3 against the Falcons to get their first look at big-time free agent acquisition in Norwell to see how he will improve the Jaguars run game. Fortunately for the Jaguars, these games do not matter much.

One positive note is neither defensive end/tackle Taven Bryan nor Calais Campbell were listed with these players, so one could assume they should be able to give it a go this week.

Bryan has been out for a week with an abdominal injury but came back to practice this week. Campbell has been out with a calf injury since the team’s scrimmage nearly two weeks ago. In addition to Bryan and Campbell, right tackle Jermey Parnell was also not listed, after being inactive last week (knee).

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