Jaguars’ prime brass visits US Navy’s latest destroyer earlier than the draft

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The Jacksonville Jaguars’ prime brass took a while out of their busy schedule main as much as Thursday’s 2021 NFL Draft and visited the united statesDelbert D. Black stationed at the native naval base.

Coach City Meyer, Normal Supervisor Trent Baalke and Assistant Head Coach Charlie Sturdy visited the destroyer at Naval Station Mayport in Jacksonville. The group stated the three males spoke to sailors aboard the ship and signed autographs for them as properly. In addition they exchanged ceremonial cash with Cmdr. Matthew McKenna. 

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Images confirmed the vessel flying the Jaguars flag excessive within the air and several other sailors with Jaguars draft caps, which drafted gamers will put on on Thursday evening.

Urban Meyer hands a ceremonial coin to Cmdr. Matthew McKenna.

City Meyer palms a ceremonial coin to Cmdr. Matthew McKenna.
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Meyer, Strong and Baalke pose for a photo with the sailors.

Meyer, Sturdy and Baalke pose for a photograph with the sailors.
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“It was nice to say, ‘Thanks,’ and it was nice to get out of that cave for a minute and shake palms with a few of our heroes,” Meyer stated.

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The primary-year NFL coach added in a separate tweet: “On the eve of the @NFL draft, Trent Baalke, Charlie Sturdy and I needed to shake palms and pay respect to the women and men on the united statesDelbert D. Black stationed in JAX. On behalf of the @jaguars, we salute you and we thanks to your service!”

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Jacksonville is ready to select first in Thursday’s first spherical of the draft. All indicators level to the group choosing Trevor Lawrence with the highest choose.



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