The Jacksonville Jaguars, in partnership with USA Heads Up Football, are hosting a moms football safety clinic at EverBank Field.
The free clinic will include education on proper equipment fitting; concussion awareness; heat and hydration; and USA Football’s Heads Up Football program.
As part of the event, moms in attendance will practice Heads Up Tackling and other football-related drills on the Florida Blue Health and Wellness Practice Fields. The event is one of a series of football safety clinics for moms. Moms should wear athletic attire.
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Third-year CB led the club in INTs in each of his first two seasons … His eight career INTs are the most by a Jaguar in his first two seasons and tied for the fourth-most in team history … Has started 28 of 30 games and totaled 130 tackles (93 solo), one fumble recovery, 17 passes defensed and one tackle for loss … Also led the team in 2010 with nine passes defensed … Started all 16 games as a rookie, one of only seven rookies in franchise history to accomplish that feat … Led team with four INTs which tied for second among all NFL rookies in 2009 and ranks second-most in franchise history by a rookie … Was one of nine NFL rookies, along with DT Terrance Knighton, to start every contest … Intercepted Peyton Manning on first possession of his first NFL game on Sept. 13, and recovered a fumble on the ensuing possession … Second-highest drafted player in William & Mary history with only current NFL safety Darren Sharper taken higher (2nd, 1997, Green Bay) … Selected with choice obtained from New England for a 7th (232) and a 2010 2nd-round pick …