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Blackout lifted for Monday night

The Jaguars game this Monday night against the Baltimore Ravens will be televised in the Jacksonville area after enough tickets have been sold to lift the television blackout. A limited number of tickets remain and ticket sales are expected to continue through Monday, but the game will be televised nationally on ESPN and locally on WJXT. 

Kickoff at EverBank Field is scheduled for 8:30 p.m. and the game will also air live on WOKV AM & FM (690, 106.5) and the Jaguars Radio Network. The Sonny's Tailgate Show will begin at 5:30 p.m., followed by the Suddath Pregame Show at 7:30. Following the game, the Winn-Dixie Postgame Show will air for one hour on WOKV, with the Southern Ford Dealers Scoreboard Show to follow. 

On the television side, The Jack Del Rio Show will air at its usual time at 11 a.m. Sunday on WTEV CBS47. The Coggin Pregame Show will precede the game at 7 p.m. on Monday. 

Tickets are still available on beginning at $55 per ticket.  Touchdown Club tickets are available beginning at $170 per ticket. Fans can purchase tickets by calling (904) 633-2000 or 1.877.4.JAGS.TIX (option 4) or by visiting 

The Jaguars game day ticket office, located between gates 2 and 3 at EverBank Field, will open at 9 a.m. on Monday and will remain open through halftime.  

Fans are encouraged to wear teal to Monday night's game. Among the special events planned for the game: 

  • EverBank is sponsoring Monday night's game and will have former Jaguars running back Fred Taylor on hand to serve as an honorary captain for the coin toss. 
  • The first 40,000 fans entering the stadium will receive a Jaguars flag. Limited edition Jaguars souvenir posters will also be distributed to fans as they leave following the game. 
  • Following the national anthem, the United States Special Operations Command Parachute Team "The Para-Commandos" will jump into the stadium. 
  • EverBank's sponsored halftime will be a laser and pyrotechnic show.
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