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Fans pack mini-camp

The Jacksonville Jaguars completed their second day of mini-camp with two practice sessions on the practice fields at ALLTEL Stadium in front of approximately 4,500 fans, with over 2,500 on hand for the morning workout. This marked the second-consecutive year that minicamp was opened to the public. The afternoon practice was moved up to 3:00 p.m.

"The fans out here today helped create a little energy with the guys," said head coach Jack Del Rio. "It was nice to come out and see the crowd and see the excitement. I think our football team feels that excitement right now."

Del Rio said he was impressed with how the wide receivers, along with last year's first round pick Reggie Williams, were working so far. Wide receiver Matt Jones, this year's top draft pick, was limited in today's practice with a hamstring injury.

"One of the things I've said all along is I think we have some talented wide receivers. I think we've got some guys who can make plays. I think we've got a good young group of wideouts and they're all hungry for action, all hungry for their catches. So I believe it's a good mix." Del Rio said.

The Jaguars will conclude mini-camp on Sunday with one final morning practice.

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