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ESPN and the Jaguars have reached an agreement to ensure that Sunday night's game between the Jaguars and Baltimore Ravens will be televised in the Jacksonville area.

The game had to be sold out by 8:30 p.m. today to avoid being blacked out according to NFL guidelines. It will be televised nationally on ESPN and locally on WTLV Channel 12.

"Although ESPN has made it possible for this game to be televised locally, we encourage our fans to show up in force to support the team as the important 12th man," said Bill Prescott, Jaguars vice president/chief financial officer.

However, tickets are still available for fans who wish to see the game. They can be purchased at the Jaguars Ticket Office, by visiting the Internet at , or by calling the 24-hour touch-tone telephone ticketing system at 1-888-397-0100. Single-game ticket prices are $40, $50, $65 and $85 per ticket.

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