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Jacksonville Jaguars and P&G launch "You Make the Pick" Promotion

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Jacksonville Jaguars announced their "You Make the Pick presented by P&G" sweepstakes rewarding one lucky fan in the United States and the United Kingdom with the opportunity to make a Jaguars draft pick live on national and international television, during the 2015 NFL Draft on NFL Network in the U.S. and Sky Sports News in the U.K.  

With "You Make the Pick presented by P&G," local fans in the United States and the United Kingdom can enter to win an exclusive opportunity to act as official draft ambassadors, attend a special live studio event during Day 3 of the 2015 NFL Draft in respective sites in Jacksonville and London, and make the official team 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th-round picks on-camera.

To enter the contest, U.S. fans may go to www.jaguars.com/youmakethepick to register. Fans in the U.K. can enter by registering at www.nfluk.com/you-make-the-pick.

One pick in the United States and one pick in London will air live on NFL Network during the broadcast presentation of the 2015 NFL Draft.  The first player selected by the Jaguars from London will represent the first time a pick has been made internationally in the history of the NFL Draft.

"We are excited to provide our fans in the U.S. and abroad with a unique opportunity to be part of the NFL Draft and introduce everyone to our newest Jacksonville Jaguars," said Jaguars President Mark Lamping. "Additionally, we are equally thrilled to be the first team in the league to bring the NFL Draft to the international market in London and the U.K."

"You Make the Pick presented by P&G" runs now through Sunday, April 26, with the contest winner announced on jaguars.com and through Jaguars and partner online and social media outlets.

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