Stadium Renovations: The Jacksonville Jaguars Are Upgrading

It’s been a minute since the Jacksonville Jaguars made any significant stadium renovations to their stadium. The Jaguars have played at TIAA Bank Stadium since 1998, with multiple renovations over the years. The most recent renovation came in 2016 when the Jaguars added the two largest outdoor video board in the world.

Now, with most of the NFL franchises building new stadiums, the Jaguars have opted to renovate. The Miami Dolphins did the same with the Hard Rock Stadium. That venue has hosted multiple super bowls, college football national championship games, concerts, and even added a Formula 1 race.

Needless to say, the move would force the Jaguars to play elsewhere for at least two seasons. Possible locations for the Jaguars would be either in Gainesville at the Swamp where the Florida Gators play or Orlando.

The betting favorite would be in Gainesville. However, the renovations would cost the Jags owner Shad Khan and the city about $2 billion in total. Khan would be forking up most of the funding in hopes of bringing more businesses to Jacksonville.

Jacksonville ranked as the 16th best place to live in the country by U.S. News and World.

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