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The Jaguars' first-ever appearance on "Monday Night Football" against the Pittsburgh Steelers will be held in sold-out ALLTEL Stadium, and fans are being cautioned against the possibility of buying stolen tickets from scalpers.

"We often try to re-seat people when this happens, but because the Pittsburgh game is sold out and no seats will be available, people buying stolen tickets will have to be ejected from the stadium," said Jaguars vice president of ticketing Judy Seldin. "Season ticket holders pay only face value, which is why we always urge our fans to purchase season tickets, which guarantees tickets to the best games of the season and the playoffs."

The Jaguars also announced the following:

· Gates will open at 7:00 p.m., two hours before kickoff, for the Pittsburgh game, then revert back to 90 minutes prior to kickoff for all remaining home games.

· The container policy, which was waived for the first three games because of the heat, will be enforced for the Pittsburgh game and all remaining home games.

· Alcohol sales will be cut off after the end of halftime.

· Fans can bring banners as long as they are in good taste and do not obstruct the view of others.


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