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Taylor talks 'Los Angeles Jaguars'

Posted by Albert Breer  December 24, 2009 03:31 PM

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So ... will the Jaguars be the team to eventually inhabit this place ...


... Or some other place in the vacant L.A. market?

Chances are pretty good. The Vikings, Bills, Rams, Raiders, 49ers and Chargers would be possibilities for that spot, too, considering the stadium issues those clubs have.

But Jacksonville might just be the leader in the clubhouse. They play in the nation's 47th-ranked television market, their territory is hemmed in by the Bucs, Dolphins and Falcons -- making the kind of growth potential that Buffalo or Minnesota have non-existent -- and they've had seven of their eight home games blacked out.

Wouldn't be surprising if Taylor was on to something.
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