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The Jacksonville Jaguars today released wide receiver Cedric Tillman. The Jaguars' roster is now 66 players, and they have 11 selections in this weekend's college draft.

Tillman, 25, played in 13 games with two starts in 1995. He was the team's third-leading receiver, with 30 catches for 368 yards and three receiving touchdowns, which tied for second on the team. The three scores came in consecutive games last October vs. Pittsburgh and Chicago and at Cleveland. A four-year

veteran who spent 1992 to '94 with the Denver Broncos, Tillman joined the Jaguars as the 30th player drafted and 59th overall in the 1995 expansion draft.

The Jaguars' will host a ³Draft Day Fan Fest² tomorrow from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in Jacksonville Municipal Stadium. Fans will be admitted for free. In addition to entertainment and watching live draft coverage on the stadium Jumbotrons, fans will be able to meet and get autographs from Jaguars players and cheerleaders and participate in a mini-NFL Experience, including getting football tips from Jaguars players.

In addition, a limited number of season tickets and club seats will be available for purchase at the Draft Day Fan Fest. Tickets are available in a range of locations and prices. Jaguars Ticket Office representatives will handle season ticket sales on the field, and tickets can also be purchased at (904) 633-2000 from 10:00 to 7:00 p.m.


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