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Head Coach Doug Pederson and Wife Jeannie Spread Joy at Wolfson Children's Hospital
Head Coach Doug Pederson and his wife Jeannie made a special visit to Wolfson Children's Hospital bringing cheer and big smiles to all of the incredibly strong warriors.
📸 Photos | Hispanic Heritage Month: Jaguars Host A SOMOS DUUUVAL Food Distribution
The Jaguars partnered with First Coast Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and Feeding Northeast Florida to host a food distribution at Iglesia Ciudad that benefitted more than 180 Hispanic and Latino families.
📸 Photos | Somos DUUUVAL Second Youth Football Camp
Jaguars host a second Somos DUUUVAL youth football camp at San Jose Elementary alongside Jaxson de Ville and the ROAR cheerleaders! 🐆
📸 Photos | Somos DUUUVAL Youth Football Camp with Andre Cisco
Jaguars Safety Andre Cisco makes a surprise school visit to Englewood Elementary! Students had the opportunity to hear from Cisco on the importance of education and goal setting and participate in the Jaguars Somos DUUUVAL youth football camp.
📸 PHOTOS | Literacy Locker Room Presented by Gallagher
As part of Jaguars Community Tuesdays, LB Caleb Johnson and CB Gregory Junior spend their off day reading to students and helped distribute 500 books at John Love Elementary as part of our Literacy Locker Room presented by Gallagher.
📸 PHOTOS | Jaguars and Community Partners Unveil AstroTurf Football Field at Englewood High School
The Jaguars partnered with Duval County Public Schools, the City of Jacksonville Parks and Recreation and the NFL Foundation to achieve a shared vision of bringing a new AstroTurf football field to Englewood High School, which marks the eighteenth field that the Jaguars and the NFL Foundation have invested in throughout Jacksonville. Jaguars Legend and Englewood's alumnus, Rashean Mathis, came out to celebrate and cheer on his Rams as they broke in the new field for Friday Night Lights!
📸 Photos | Jaguars Quarterback Makes a Memorable Visit to Wolfson Children's Hospital
As we honor Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence and wife Marissa Lawrence made a special appearance to light up the days of many strong Wolfson warriors!
📷 PHOTOS | Jaguars Host 3,500+ Youth Football Athletes at the Play Football Game
August was all about our youth and high school football athletes! 🏈 From helmet donations and youth football camps to donating more than 3,500 tickets to our Play Football Game this past Saturday, the Jaguars celebrated the youth football community and impacted more than 5,000 coaches, athletes and families.
📸 PHOTOS | Jaguars Play Football Month Events
Growing the game! Jaguars host multiple youth football events in celebration of Play Football Month and will culminate on Saturday, August 26th with the Play Football Game vs the Dolphins. 🏈
📸 Photos | Jaguars Team Up with Gatorade for a Helmet Donation
The Jaguars teamed up with Gatorade to surprise Hawthorne High School with new helmets and equipment for their upcoming season! The Jaguars are proud to partner and support Gatorade's Equity in Sports program, providing access and opportunity for all to play the game they love. 🏈
📸 Photos | Jaguars Legends Host a Girls Flag Camp
Making moves 👀 Jaguars Legends David Garrard, Joe Zelenka, Adam Podlesh and Jordan Todman host a Future Legends Camp for more than 375 girls flag athletes at EverBank Stadium highlighting the impact of Play Football Month.
Jaguars Community Impact Back to School Huddle
Coach Gilbert thanks our educators for the impactful work they are doing in the classrooms during training camp. In partnership with the Jacksonville Public Education Fund and the Players Coalition, we hosted more than 100 teachers, community members and education leaders for practice and huddled afterwards to speak on topics of leadership and the pathway to getting 1,000 male diverse teachers in the classroom by 2025!
Jaguars Donate 215 Helmets to 7 Local Youth Football Teams
During the NFL's 'Back Together Saturday' at Jaguars Training Camp, Coach Pederson surprised 215 youth football athletes with a helmet donation made by the team. All athletes were fitted with their new helmet and had the opportunity to run through football drills with Legends.