JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -

The Jaguars rookie mini-camp this weekend will be open to the public. It will be fans first chance to see the teams new draft picks. The rookies will practice Friday through Sunday at the practice fields adjacent to the stadium.

“The support we have received as a staff and an organization has been incredible and we want to stand united with our fans this weekend,” Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley said. “We are excited about our rookie class and our fans will get an up close view of them as they take the practice field for the first time.”

Practice Schedule:

Friday, May 3
1:10 – 3:15 p.m.                Practice (Open to public)

Saturday, May 4
Alumni players will sign autographs prior to practice
1:10 – 3:15 p.m.                Practice (Open to public)

Sunday, May 5
11:30 a.m. – 1:20 p.m.    Practice (Open to public)

FAN GUIDELINES: As stated earlier, the three mini-camp practice sessions will be open for viewing by the public from Friday through Sunday. Restroom facilities and concessions will be available. Concession stands will include food and beverages as well as Jaguars merchandise.

Fans should park in lots J, M, or N on the west side of the stadium. Still cameras are allowed, as are tablets such as iPads. Among the prohibited items are the following:

  • Video cameras and computers are strictly prohibited, as well as horns, whistles and other noisemakers
  • Audio or video recording, broadcasting, live streaming and blogging are prohibited
  • Coolers or containers including cans, cups and bottles
  • Knives, guns and any type of weapon or explosive
  • Laser pointers
  • Noise makers, whistles and air horns
  • Pets, except special services animals


Fans wishing to get autographs are asked to do so after each open practice session, outside the practice field fence as the players return to the locker room. Because of the full schedule during mini-camp, it is not possible to schedule autograph or photo sessions. Groups wishing to visit mini-camp do not need to make special arrangements; they may watch open practice sessions from the bleachers.