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NFL Team Unveils $1.4 Billon Dollar Proposal For ‘Stadium Of The Future’

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The Jacksonville Jaguars apparently have a new plan for a future stadium.

According to Front Office Sports, the proposal for their new stadium is worth $1.4 billion.

It will cost the city $775 million and the Jaguars $625 million.

If approved, they will move from their current home, which is known as EverBank Stadium.

The Jaguars and the city of Jacksonville have unveiled their $1.4 billion “stadium of the future" proposal.

City: $775 million
Jags: $625 million

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— Front Office Sports (@FOS) May 15, 2024

The Jaguars have been around since 1995 and have played at EverBank Stadium ever since.

The franchise is coming up on its 30th anniversary, which means the stadium is also coming up on its 30th anniversary of being the Jaguars’ home.

Over these last three decades, Jacksonville has been historically one of the worst teams in the NFL.

Jacksonville has a lifetime record of 198-269.

That winning percentage comes out to be 42.4%.

They have made just eight playoff appearances and hosted just five playoff games at home in EverBank Stadium.

Perhaps a change in venue could be in order for a team that is indeed starting to change its tune.

They have had back-to-back seasons with a winning record, and they made it all the way to the Divisional Round in 2022.

It was the deepest playoff run that they made since they went all the way to the AFC Championship Game in 2017.

Head coach Doug Pederson has this team moving in the right direction.

Entering his third season in Duval County, Pederson looks to make Jacksonville real Super Bowl contenders in 2024.

If they have a great season, a stadium upgrade could be exactly what is in store for the ascending franchise.

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