Cat scratch fever: Jags' success registering gradually

Coming off a thrilling 2007 season, the Jags have a season-ticket renewal rate eclipsing 90 percent. Still, questions regarding the Jacksonville market -- and the specter of L.A. -- loom, writes Paul Kuharsky.

Originally Published: July 19, 2008
By Paul Kuharsky | ESPN.com

Nearly 10,000 seats at Jacksonville Municipal Stadium won't see how a season filled with high expectations unfolds this fall. They'll remain in the dark, covered with tarps, a symbol to many of the city's failure to support the Jacksonville Jaguars.

But team officials, the chamber of commerce and fans say the tarped seats are misperceived and the only evidence they offer is that the building is too big for the city.


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