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jacksonville.com Updated Feb 1, 2013
NEW ORLEANS - During an exclusive party Thursday night for NFL owners and their guests, at least two colleagues approached Jaguars owner Shad Khan. “They said, ‘This is your third year or your second year, right?’ ” Khan said. “I said, ‘It sUpvote Share Tweet
Super Bowl Insider: Jaguars nuggets from the Super BowlNEW ORLEANS - Notes and quotes after catching up with Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell and coach Gus Bradley at the Super Bowl on Friday: • The coaching staff nearly complete, Caldwell and Bradley have started looking at the Jaguars’ 2012 gameUpvote Share Tweet
Bill would make Jaguars eligible for $2 million tax rebateTwo Clay County lawmakers will file legislation next week making publicly owned stadiums — like EverBank Field — eligible for an annual $2 million sales tax rebate over the next 30 years. Current law makes “new or retained” sports franchises thatUpvote Share Tweet
Busy signal changed history for Jaguars, RavensNEW ORLEANS - The careers of Byron Leftwich and Terrell Suggs and the fortunes of the Jaguars and Baltimore Ravens could be far different if it weren’t for a busy phone line on April 26, 2003. Leftwich would have been selected by Baltimore with the seUpvote Share Tweet
Super Bowl XLVII -- John Clayton's First and GoalFeb 1The Harbaugh brothers' lifelong competition moves to a very big stage.
Don Banks: Moss, Birk reunited in XLVII, but only one will get elusive rin…Feb 1NEW ORLEANS -- Have to admit, I'm a sucker for the sentimental stories that come forth every year during Super Bowl week. Jerome Bettis' quest to ride off into retirement with a ring. John Elway finally getting the big confetti shower for once (and then…
Peter King: Ravens-49ers a great, and very unpredictable, matchupFeb 1NEW ORLEANS -- I don't know what kind of game this is going to be, but this Super Bowl really has it all.
Super Bowl XLVII - Football will change -- and surviveFeb 1NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is overseeing a game that is going through change on the surface, but a strong heart beats underneath