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Security for Saturday

Security measures and prohibited items for Jaguars games will be the same this season as in 2004. The Jaguars open the 2005 preseason Saturday night at 7:30 p.m. against the Miami Dolphins at Alltel Stadium.

Fans are reminded that a modified security pat-down will be conducted at all entry gates at Jaguars home games. This is the same procedure that was implemented at the beginning of last season. This will be a quick process, but all fans are strongly encouraged to make plans to arrive at the stadium a little early because of the security measures.

Prior to entering the stadium, fans will be asked for their permission to conduct a modified pat-down. Access to the stadium will be denied if permission for a pat-down is not granted.

Other security measures are no different than they have been for the Jaguars' last three seasons. Small purses will be allowed inside the stadium, but no bags larger than a small purse will be permitted. Diapers bags will be allowed for fans bringing infants or toddlers, but they will be subject to inspection. All objects and purses will be subject to visual and physical inspection prior to entry into the stadium.

Prohibited items include the following:


Laser pointers

Cameras with lens longer than six-inches


Binoculars cases, camera cases, or other cases

Video equipment and tape recorders

Coolers or containers, including cans, cups and bottles

Noise makers, whistles or air horns

Knives, guns and any type of weapons or explosives

Seat cushions

Purses or bags larger than 8.5 x 11 inches

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