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Marcus Stroud joins the Union Jax for the NFL Draft



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The NFL Draft is coming to London for the first time ever this May and the Jaguars are throwing a party to celebrate!

The Jacksonville Jaguars UK fan club, the Union Jax, will have the opportunity to meet Jaguars' legend Marcus Stroud on Saturday 2nd May at an exclusive Union Jax Fan Night at Tanner & Co, Bermondsey Street, London.

The former defensive tackle will be in London to help the Jaguars celebrate the NFL Draft and Union Jax fans can meet Stroud - who appeared in three Pro Bowls after being drafted by the Jaguars in the first round of the 2001 NFL Draft - at the event in the converted London warehouse only a short distance from Tower Bridge.

Sky Sports Neil Reynolds will join Stroud for a Q&A and NFL Draft 2015 review and then fans can enjoy the party whilst watching the final rounds of the NFL Draft, which will include the first ever Draft picks announced live from London. The winner of the 'You make the pick' competition will also be at the party to share their experience of making NFL Draft history with their fellow Jaguars fans.  

The event is guest list only and Jaguars fans will be selected to attend. There are only 200 places available which will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis so to register to win a place please click HERE:

Doors will open at 5.30pm and the event will end at 11pm. American-style food and drink will be available from the cash bar. The dress code is 'Be Jaguars'!

Marcus Stroud will also be on the Sky Sports NFL Show when the Jaguars make their first round pick. The Jags currently have the third overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft. Tune in on Sky Sports 1 from 12am on Friday 1st May to see who will join the Jaguars as their first round Draft pick of 2015. 

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