Training camp info

Training camp practice sessions will be open for viewing by the public from Saturday, July 29 through Thursday, August 11. Bleacher seating, which will accommodate approximately 2,250 people, will be provided inside the fence at the practice fields. Restroom facilities will also be provided. The following outlines what fans can expect at training camp:

Ovations and Levy Restaurants will have food and beverage stands. XP Events will have a concession stand that will include Jaguars merchandise, including training-camp-specific T-shirts and caps at a discount. The Jaguars' 2006 Media Guide and Yearbook will also be available, each for $10.

The Jaguars Booster Club will be distributing GameDay program lapel pins from prior years to each fan attending training camp, while supplies last. A different pin will be given each day. Also available for sale are complete sets of the 10-pin series from the 2003, 2004 and 2005 seasons at a cost of $20 for each set.

At the morning practice on Saturday, July 29, The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children will set up a station for parents to stop by to have ID kits made for their child(ren).

The August 4 night scrimmage will be Gatorade Night and will include interactives for kids. In addition, Brian Sexton and Vic Ketchman will broadcast the scrimmage which will air on WOKV Radio 690 from 7:00pm to 9:00pm. Cole Pepper will serve as field reporter.

The US Army will provide a Rock Climbing Wall in the Pepsi Plaza during both of the August 4th practices and August 5th practice.

Fans should park in the Lots M and N on the west side of the stadium. For fans attending practice sessions, video cameras are strictly prohibited, as well as horns, whistles and other noisemakers. Still cameras are allowed.

Fans wishing to get autographs are asked to do so after each practice session, outside the practice field fence as the players return to the lockerroom. Because of the full schedule during training camp, it is not possible to schedule autograph or photo sessions. Groups wishing to visit training camp do not need to make special arrangements; they may watch practice from the bleachers.

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