JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) - Jacksonville Jaguars coach Gus Bradley's first team meeting of training camp included a video.
And not his usual PowerPoint presentation, either.
Bradley called his players into the stadium Thursday night to watch panoramic clips of the city on the team's new scoreboards - the largest in the world. They were visually stunning for some and educational for others. They also helped reinforced Bradley's message about understanding and appreciating what owner Shad Khan has done for the small-market franchise.
Receiver Cecil Shorts III says ''now it's our turn to do our part and get better.''
There's plenty of room for improvement, too, as the rebuilding Jaguars open camp for Bradley's second season.
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