Jacksonville Jaguars' 2014 schedule released

Published On: Apr 23 2014 08:47:04 PM EDT   Updated On: Apr 23 2014 11:57:00 PM EDT

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The Jacksonville Jaguars' 2014 schedule has been released.

The team will take on the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, Sept. 7 in the first game of its regular season.

Season ticket packages, which include tickets to all nine 2014 games, can be purchased online here, by calling 904-633-2000 or 1-877-4-JAGS-TIX, or by visiting the Jaguars ticket office next to the West Touchdown Club.

Home games are capitalized below.


Friday, Aug. 8: TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS [7:30 p.m. WJXT-TV]
Thursday, Aug. 14: at Chicago Bears [8:00 p.m. ESPN]
Friday, Aug. 22: at Detroit Lions [7:30 p.m. WJXT-TV]



Sunday, Sept. 7: at Philadelphia Eagles [1:00 p.m.]
Sunday, Sept. 14: at Washington Redskins [1:00 p.m.]
Sunday, Sept. 21: INDIANAPOLIS COLTS [1:00 p.m.]
Sunday, Sept. 28: at San Diego Chargers [4:05 p.m.]

Sunday, Oct. 5: PITTSBURGH STEELERS [1:00 p.m.]
Sunday, Oct. 12: at Tennessee Titans [1:00 p.m.]
Sunday, Oct. 19: CLEVELAND BROWNS [1:00 p.m.]
Sunday, Oct. 26: MIAMI DOLPHINS [1:00 p.m.]

Sunday, Nov. 2: at Cincinnati Bengals [1:00 p.m.]
Sunday, Nov. 9: DALLAS COWBOYS (London) [1:00 p.m.]
Sunday, Nov. 16: --bye--
Sunday, Nov. 23: at Indianapolis Colts [1:00 p.m.]
Sunday, Nov. 30: NEW YORK GIANTS [1:00 p.m.]

Sunday, Dec. 7: HOUSTON TEXANS [1:00 p.m.]
Sunday, Dec. 14: at Baltimore Ravens [1:00 p.m.]
Thursday, Dec. 18: TENNESSEE TITANS [8:25 p.m.]
Sunday, Dec. 28: at Houston Texans [1:00 p.m.]


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