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Because there are still 4,000 tickets remaining, Thursday night's

game between the Jaguars and Kansas City Chiefs will not be

televised in the Jacksonville area. The game would have had to be

sold out at 8:00 p.m. tonight to avoid the blackout. The National

Football League had granted the Jaguars a 24-hour extension of the

blackout deadline yesterday in hopes that enough tickets would be


"We wish this game could be aired so all of our fans could see it,"

said Bill Prescott, Jaguars Vice President/CFO. "But we want them

to know that they can still see the game at ALLTEL Stadium

because tickets are available. We also will learn from this and will

re-examine our policies and pricing with regard to the preseason,

and we hope to implement a new approach for next year."

For fans wishing to see the game, tikets can still be purchased at the

Jaguars Ticket Office from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Wednesday, on

the Internet at , o

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