Make no mistake about it, this is a completely different Jaguars team. Although there are many of the same players, there are a lot of new people as well. It had a strange feel about it, an edge, a competitive edge. I saw a skirmish and a lot of people trying to beat other people. But it was friendly!
As the players came out, people called out their name and welcomed them. When Jarret Dillard came through I yelled “Jarret, hope you feel better”, a huge smile erupted. They love the fan support and want us to be there! I think this is a good team hoping for some support.
Reggie was glad for the support!
It was hot, but the crowd was big and very supportive. It was great to see!
I didn’t see Aaron Kampman. He might have been there, but I didn’t see him.
I did see Kynan Forney and Kassim Osgood, Don Carey and of course Tyson Alualu. Well rather than tell you about it, let’s see it. Flip through the pages and see what I saw.
Hello. A little about me. I came to Jacksonville in 2005 after spending a lot of time in Erie, Pa. Erie is located almost equally from the Browns, the Bills, and the Steelers. I chose the Browns. Season tickets were impossible, regular game tickets maybe. I was raised to be a football fan by my Dad who took me to see his team, the Bills. OJ Simpson days. When I moved to Jacksonville, I could have season tickets! I found Big Cat Country and began writing for them for I think 3 years. The site went from almost nothing to very popular and then when Alfie took over, it went through the roof. Before Alfie came, I found Black and Teal laying by the roadside abandoned. I took it over on January 16, 2010 and wrote every day and every night. I recruited Zoltan to help. Then the Hof came and I handed it to him. He did great and he found Mr. Sims who he gave it to. So welcome to the site. Here is what I have learned in my 6 years of Jaguar blogging, sometimes I'm right! Not a lot of the time, but sometimes, just like you. We are not insiders here, nor are we journalists. We are just fans, just like you. Welcome.