If the Jaguars are moving to London, they'll be ditching the world's largest outdoor scoreboards in the process.
Four months ago, the Jaguars unveiled concept pictures of a proposed scoreboard. Today, the Jaguars, in conjunction with the City of Jacksonville, announced the Jaguars would be adding two such video boards as part of a $63 million project on Everbank Field.
The City of Jacksonville will cover $43 million while the team will be responsible for the remaining $20 million. The team will also be responsible for over-budget work.
Today we're making a statement to the NFL, the nation and the world that Jacksonville is world-class," owner Shahid Khan said.
Renovations to the stadium, including the construction of the giant boards, will begin following the 2013 season.
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