May 16, 2014; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles (5) gestures during rookie minicamp at Florida Blue Health and Wellness Practice Fields. Mandatory Credit: Phil Sears-USA TODAY Sports

Jaguars Rookie Mini Camp: Day Two Twitter Recap

Day one of Jaguars Rookie Mini Camp saw a huge turnout of people on Friday. Over 2,000 fans showed up to see the newest generation of the Jaguars. Everyone, from local media outlets to ESPN, was talking about the crowd and the buzz surrounding them. Well, it looks like the fans have taken it a step further on Saturday. Here’s a Twitter recap of day two of Rookie Mini Camp. NOTE: I will try to keep updating this live, until the session is over, so keep checking back or refreshing!

So, to recap: There were a TON of people at rookie mini camp today. Like, three times more than yesterday. And Bortles looked even better today. And everything is awesome, and the Jaguars are going to win the Super Bowl!

Ok, so maybe not that crazy. But it sure is great to see this many people this excited. The new generation of Jaguars football is here.

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  • trinity

    Awesome stuff :). Parcells was really there?? Wow!

    • Matt Hoffman

      Yeah, crazy right? It’s awesome to see such a great turnout!

  • JaguarMOMS

    OMG! How awesome is this! That is amazing…feeling the love of the fans today!

    • Matt Hoffman

      More fans than have EVER shown up before, even for training camp! More fans today than 6 teams had at their scrimmages last season. It’s great to see.

      • JaguarMOMS

        Went to several different local events this past weekend – the Jags are the talk of the town! Great to hear and see so many fans excited again. Hopefully this will help rev up the old and motivate the new!

        • JaguarMOMS

          “The Jaguars are committed to having fans see this team up close – to share the journey, as Head Coach Gus Bradley puts it.”