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Jaguars Draw Smallest Home Crowd Of Khan Era; Could Player Protests Be To Blame?

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 16 / 17

A crowd of 56,232 was at EverBank Field yesterday for Rams-Jaguars, marking the "smallest announced crowd" since Jaguars Owner Shahid Khan bought the team in '11, according to Phillip Heilman of the FLORIDA TIMES-UNION. It was "either a show of disinterest in the Jaguars despite their 3-2 ...

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