JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Marcedes Lewis can play football and sing Christmas songs.
The big tight-end showed off his singing skills to First Coast Sports reporter Chris Porter when he asked a few big name Jacksonville Jaguars about their favorite Christmas memories and plans for this year.
For the record, Lewis' favorite is 'Jingle Bells'.
"I got my whole family out here from California. We're gonna cook, sit down and eat. A lot of basketball on, so I'll probably enjoy that," Lewis, the Jaguars starting tight end said.
Quarterback Chad Henne is taking it easy this year -- quiet time with the family. He's glad he can just sit back, relax and be thankful.
Defensive back Josh Evans remembered when he was a kid wanted a Nintendo 64. His dad said he wouldn't get it, but when Evans opened his presents Christmas morning, he got a surprise he still remembers.
"I was filled with joy because I didn't know it was there at first because I didn't think I was going to get it," Evans said.
A brand new Honda 3-wheeler was Center Brad Meester's crowning Christmas present as a kid.
"Great time. I rode that thing forever," Meester said.
First Coast News