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  • Jags Bag Groceries

    Posted Nov 15, 2017

    Jaguars players went to local Publix locations to bag groceries and reward customers for purchasing Tide PODS.

  • Jaguars Visit Jacksonville Humane Society

    Posted Nov 14, 2017

    The Jaguars took a trip to the newly built Jacksonville Humane Society for a tour and to play with some animals who are up for adoption.

  • Pros Vs. GI Joes

    Posted Nov 10, 2017

    The Jaguars and Joint Force Initiative teamed up to connect heroes on the playing field and the battle field.

  • Jaguars Visit Jacksonville Naval Air Station

    Posted Nov 7, 2017

    During Salute to Service week, the Jaguars traveled to the Jacksonville Naval Air Station to tour the base and learn what it is like to be in the Navy.

  • Jaguars visit Wolfson Children's Hospital

    Posted Nov 1, 2017

    A few Jaguars spent their Halloween treat or treating with patients at Wolfson Children's Hospital.

  • Project 17 Succeeds, expands

    Posted Oct 24, 2017

    Brian Sexton provides an update on Project 17th's growth and progress as they move to bring athletic trainers to every Duval County public high school by 2020.

  • Jacksonville Veterans Grant Announcement

    Posted Oct 20, 2017

    The Jaguars and the City of Jacksonville teamed up for the fourth annual announcement of community grants for veteran-serving organizations.

  • Jaguars Visit Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department

    Posted Oct 17, 2017

    Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey and safety Peyton Thompson visited JFRD to thank first responders for their efforts during Hurricane Irma and throughout the year.

  • Crucial Catch Campaign Event

    Posted Oct 11, 2017

    A.J. Bouye and other Jaguars teammates paired up with the American Cancer Society and other charities for a fun evening at Velocity Air Sports to celebrate cancer survivors.

  • Sheldon Day Walk to School Event

    Posted Oct 3, 2017

    Jaguars Defensive Tackle Sheldon Day joined the Florida Department of Transportation's Alert Today, Alive Tomorrow campaign to promote children walking to school safety.