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Jaguars will host Dolphins & Falcons in preseason


The Jacksonville Jaguars will host the Miami Dolphins and the Atlanta Falcons at Jacksonville Municipal Stadium in the 2010 preseason. The NFL announced the week-by-week preseason schedules for all 32 teams today. Specific dates and times of each game will be determined and announced later.

The Jaguars will begin preseason play on the road when they travel to Philadelphia to play the Eagles in the first week of the 2010 preseason, which is scheduled for the week of August 12-16. The Dolphins will visit Jacksonville in the second week and the Jaguars will play their other in-state rival when they travel to Tampa Bay to play the Buccaneers in the third week. The preseason finale will be played at home against the Falcons the week of Sept. 2-3.

This will mark the eighth consecutive year that the Jaguars will play both the Dolphins and the Buccaneers in the preseason. They have faced the Falcons six times, while last year was the team's first-ever preseason game against the Eagles. In preseason games the Jaguars are 4-4 against the Dolphins, 5-3 vs. Tampa Bay, 3-3 against Atlanta and 0-1 vs. Philadelphia.

The Jaguars have an overall preseason record of 37-24, including an 18-10 mark under head coach Jack Del Rio. The team has been 3-1 in the preseason in five of seven seasons under Del Rio.

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