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Several Events Planned for Kickoff Weekend

Broncos game designated "Teal Sunday"

The Jacksonville Jaguars have designated Sunday, September 12 as "Teal Sunday" as the club opens the 2010 regular season against the Denver Broncos. Fans are encouraged to wear teal on game day to show support of the team.  The Jaguars are selling a limited edition "We Are Jaguars" teal t-shirt for $5.

The shirts are available at Jacksonville area Football Fanatics and Sports Mania stores.  In addition, the shirts will be on sale at the West Touchdown Club merchandise store at EverBank Field on Friday, September 10 between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

EverBank Kickoff Pep Rally

EverBank will help fans get "Back to Football" by hosting a Kickoff Pep Rally on Friday, September 10 from 5-8 p.m. at the St. Johns Town Center.  The event will be held on the south side of the Town Center near Dick's Sporting Goods.

The free event will feature appearances by linebacker Kirk Morrison and defensive tackles Terrance Knighton and Tyson Alualu along with the ROAR of the Jaguars, the D-Line and Jaxson de Ville.  Several Jacksonville COX radio stations are supporting the event with week-long promotions.  Fans are also being invited to "Get Your Teal On" for the pep rally with prizes available for fans showing off the best "Teal Spirit."

Jaguars wives to hold NFL Play 60 event

Several wives of Jaguars players, coaches and staff will hold a special NFL Play 60 event on Friday for fifth graders at Finegan Elementary School in Atlantic Beach at 10 a.m.

The NFL PLAY 60 campaign is designed to tackle childhood obesity by getting kids active through in-school, afterschool and team-based programs, online child-targeted outreach on NFLRUSH.com, and many partnerships with like-minded organizations.

The NFL and United Way are teaming up for Back to Football Friday, a campaign to make youth health and wellness a priority. Fans are encouraged to show their NFL team pride at work and at school on Friday, in celebration of the start of the NFL season.

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