That's why Sunday's game between the teams at Sports Authority Field at Mile High will likely be their "Welcome to the NFL" moment, writes Hays Carlyon of the Florida Times-Union.
"We’re going up against a future Hall of Famer,” Evans said. “He’ll go down as one of the greatest quarterbacks to play this game, so to get a chance to face him is going to be a great experience."
Here's my story on Evans and Cyprien facing Manning, in which they admit it will be a bit strange being on the same field as the player they grew up watching.
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If the Jaguars upset the Broncos, a Dallas promotions company says it will donate $100,000 to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
A Louisville, Ky., radio station reports that the Jaguars have asked for three credentials to Thursday's nationally-televised game against Rutgers. The attraction, obviously, is quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, who is expected to be the first quarterback drafted in May should he opt to bypass his senior season.