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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First of two receivers selected by the Jaguars in the second round … Became 24th WR selected by the Jaguars in franchise history, the fifth-highest in team history … Marked the seventh USC player drafted by the Jaguars in team history, the second-most among any colleges (Florida, 8) …
COLLEGE: Three-year starter who declared for the NFL Draft following his junior season … Career totals included 248 receptions for 3,655 yards (14.7 avg.) with 29 TDs … Owns 24 school records and set five Pac-12 Conference marks … Won the Biletnikoff Award as a sophomore as the nation’s top receiver … Ranked first in school history in receiving yards, second in receptions and fourth in receiving TDs … Both receptions and receiving yards totals are fourth-most in Pac-12 history … Finished career with 101.53 average receiving yards per game … Added 50 career kickoff returns for 26.1 avg. with two TDs and eight punt returns for 46 yards … Was a long jumper and sprinter on USC’s track team …
2013: Started all 11 games and totaled 57 catches for 791 yards (13.9 avg.) with four TDs … Added 164 yards on 10 kickoff returns, 46 yards on eight punt returns and seven yards on six carries … Totaled 1,008 all-purpose yards … Had three 100-yard receiving games and 32 first-down catches … Posted 30 receptions for at least 10 yards including nine for 20-plus yards including an 80-yard TD catch against Boston College …
2012: Became the school’s first Biletnikoff Award winner as well as unanimous All-American and All-Pac 12 Conference first-team choice … Named Pac 12 Offensive Player of the Year … Started all 13 games and posted a single-season school and conference-record 118 receptions for 1,721 yards (14.6 avg.) with 14 TDs … Registered eight 100-yard receiving games including a three-game stretch with 663 yards, the most yards in a three-game stretch in school history … Had a school-record seven games with double-digit receptions … Recipient of the Warfield Award and was a finalist for the Hornung Award and Walter Camp Award … Finished fourth in the Heisman Trophy voting … Won USC’s MVP, Offensive Perimeter Player of the Year and John McKay Award … Finished with 2,683 all-purpose yards (1,721 receiving, 106 rushing yards, 856 kickoff returns), the 15th-most in the nation … Had 73 first down catches, 59 receptions of 10-plus yards and 20 of 20-plus yards … Ranked second nationally in receptions per game (9.1, first in Pac-12) and receiving yards (132.4), third in all-purpose yards (206.4, first in Pac-12) and eighth in kickoff return average (28.5, first in Pac-12) … Tallied 297 all-purpose yards vs. Hawaii, including 197 on 10 receptions, a then career-long 79-yard TD reception and a 100-yard kickoff return for a score … Had a game-high 12 receptions for 192 yards including a career-long 83-yard TD grab against Utah … Set the Pac-12 record with 345 receiving yards (5th most in NCAA history) on 16 catches (3rd-most in Pac-12 history) against Arizona with two TDs (49 and 44 yards) including 12 catches for 255 yards in the first half and 469 all-purpose yards (2nd most in NCAA history) as he had 123 yards on three kickoff returns (including 72-yarder). Six of his catches went for 28-plus yards (57, 50, 49, 44, 32 and 28 yards) … Posted 408 all-purpose yards vs. Oregon including a Pac-12 record 251 yards on a school-record eight kickoff returns and 157 yards with two scores on 12 receptions …
2011: Started eight of 12 games and ranked second on the team with 73 catches for 1,143 yards (15.7 avg.) and 11 TDs … Gained 33 yards on five carries and 285 yards on 10 kickoff returns for 1,461 all-purpose yards … Ranked 15th in the nation in receiving yards per game (95.3) … His 11 TDs were the most in the nation by a freshman and 10 of his scores were for 24-plus yards … His 73 receptions were second-most in school history by a freshman (Mike Williams, 81, 2002) … Earned Freshman All-American honors by the Football Writers Association and the Sporting News.
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Serra High School in Gardena, California … Lettered in football, basketball and track … Earned Parade All-American as a senior as well as Super Prep All-American, Under Armour All-American, ESPNU 150, Rivals 100 and Prep Star Dream Team … Finished with 57 receptions for 1,409 yards (24.7 avg.) with 24 TDs in final season along with 45 tackles and three INTs … Led team to 14-1 mark and a berth in the California state Division II championship game … Posted 89 tackles, six INTs, two fumble recoveries and a forced fumble as a junior while leading team to 15-0 mark and the California state Division III championship … Was a sprinter and jumper on the track team, boasting a national prep No. 3 best 24-8 long jump, plus career bests of 44-7 in the triple jump, 6-4 in the high jump, 10.74 in the 100 meters and 22.11 in the 200 meters … Named the 2010-11 Cal-Hi Sports Boys State Athlete of the Year and Cal-Hi Sports Boys Division IV Athlete of the Year.
PERSONAL: Single … Born in Inglewood, California … Full name: Marqise Lee … Twitter handle is @TeamLee1.