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Scrimmage start moved up


The start of this Friday's intrasquad scrimmage has been moved up a half hour to seven p.m. Gates at Jacksonville Municipal Stadium will open at six p.m. and early-arriving fans will be entertained by the Drum Line, Jax Pack, Jaxson de Ville and the Roar of the Jaguars cheerleading squad.

Fans will be able to see, free of charge, head coach Jack Del Rio conduct a controlled scrimmage that will include a modified scoring system. This will mark the fifth consecutive year Del Rio has offered the scrimmage to Jaguars fans, and it will end a week of training camp that began with a record-setting crowd of 4,011 fans that saw Monday's Oklahoma drill and practice.

Parking will be available in Lots M, N, J, P, C and D and will also be free of charge. Fans must enter through Gates One, Two or Four. Last year's scrimmage drew 7,855 fans.

The Jaguars will offer specially-priced concessions in the Bud Zone and a brief autograph session will immediately follow the conclusion of the scrimmage. The Jaguars will also offer the newly-created four-game mini-pack for sale on Friday.

Fans planning to attend are reminded that video cameras, horns, whistles and all noise-makers are prohibited. Still cameras are permitted.

Brian Sexton, Jeff Lageman and Cole Pepper will broadcast the scrimmage live on radio on WOKV AM/FM (690, 106.5).

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