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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Fans who are anxiously waiting to see the Big Cats play can get a glimpse of the players in action this Friday night when the Jaguars play their annual scrimmage. The game is free and open to the public.

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Fans attending the scrimmage will have the chance to win one of 90 Jags practice jerseys after the game. Scratch cards will be handed out as fans enter EverBank Field. The cards will give people the chance to win one of the jerseys.

The gates of EverBank Field open at 5 p.m. and the full-contact scrimmage starts at 6:30 p.m.

During the game Jaxson De Ville, the Roar of the Jaguars and the D-Line will be on-hand to entertain fans during the game. Before the start of the scrimmage, the Special Operations Command "Para-Commandos" will skydive into the stadium.

Outside Gates 1 and 4, there will be interactive and inflatable games. The Florida Blue Tour will be at the Fan Entertainment Zone located in the south end of the stadium to offer free health checks.

When the game ends around 8:45 p.m., the players will sign autographs prior to a four-minute fireworks show.

The concession stands will be open offering $2 draft beers and $2 water. Select Jaguars merchandise will be on sale at the Jagwear outlets at 50% off regular prices. Parking in the stadium lots will be $5.

For fans wishing to purchase season tickets, Jaguars sales representatives will be available to assist you.

Despite the scrimmage being free, fans entering the gates will be encouraged to make a donation to support Wolfson Children's Hospital.

Fore more information on the scrimmage, or Jaguars tickets, call 904-633-2000.

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