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Fans invited to Jaguars' two rookie minicamp practice sessions


The Jacksonville Jaguars will have a two-day rookie minicamp on Friday, May 16 and Saturday, May 17 at the Florida Blue Health & Wellness Practice Fields adjacent to EverBank Field.  Both practices are free and will be open to the public, subject to possible schedule changes due to weather conditions.

*Admission to ROOKIE MINI CAMP is FREE but fans must register for a ticket at www. *jaguars.COM/register*. *

Friday, May 16

1:10 – 3:15 p.m.          Practice (open to public)

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Saturday, May 17

Alumni players will sign autographs prior to practice

1:10 – 3:15 p.m.          Practice (open to public)

Prior to practice, music will be provided by 99.9 Gator Country on Friday, and by 97.9 KISS-FM on Saturday. 1010 XL Radio will also be on site both days.

Fans should park in lots J, M, or N on the west side of the stadium. For fans attending practice sessions, video cameras and computers are strictly prohibited, as well as horns, whistles and other noisemakers. Audio or video recording, broadcasting and live streaming are also prohibited. Still cameras are allowed, provided the lens is no longer than six inches. Among the prohibited items are the following:

•             Cameras with lenses longer than six inches

•             Coolers or containers including cans, cups and bottles

•             Knives, guns or any type of weapon or explosive

•             Laser pointers

•             Noise makers, whistles or air horns

•             Pets, except special services animals

•             Video equipment or tape recorders

•             Laptop computers

Restroom facilities and concessions will be available. Fans wishing to get autographs are asked to do so after each practice session, outside the practice field fence as the players return to the locker room.

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