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Social Snapshot


The week after the Jaguars' final game was a busy one. Here's a look at the top social posts:

Player POV

In what is commonly referred to as Getaway Day, players were saying goodbye to the 2014 season and looking forward to 2015.

The last time I was on IR and we had a baby in December, this happened the next year  lol — William (@willblackmon) December 30, 2014

While everyone was saying goodbye, one player was saying hello to a new addition to his family.

Players wished the fans a happy New Year.

Players can be fans too. They were tuned in for the bowl games and NFL playoffs.

If FSU trails big in this one, there will be NO comeback. — William (@willblackmon) January 1, 2015

Let's go #FSU !! — William (@willblackmon) January 2, 2015

They are running double moves with Burkhead as the X? Dude is an athlete! — William (@willblackmon) January 4, 2015

On Sunday, ESPN anchor Stuart Scott passed away at age 49. The players were sad to hear of the news.

No waaaaaaaay !  #RIPStuartScott — William (@willblackmon) January 4, 2015

Reporter Roundhup

It was announced the day after the season that Sen'Derrick Marks had a torn ACL.

Jaguars defensive tackle Sen'Derrick Marks tears ACL in season finale against the Texans — SI Wire (@SI_Wire) December 29, 2014

The next day, Jaguars General Manager Dave Caldwell and Head Coach Gus Bradley held press conferences.

Later that day, it was announced that the Jaguars would be one of the team's coaching at the Senior Bowl.

Fan Focus

The world's largest video boards continue to amaze folks.

EverBank Field hosted the Tax Slayer Bowl.

For the final time in the 2014 season, fans were able to take advantage of Field Goals for Firehouse.

One of the most avid tweeters shared this image from New Year's Eve in his home country of Australia.

Neat graphic of Telvin Smith and Jacksonville.

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