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Jaguars Unveil $120M Practice Facility 

  • The Jaguars' new practice center is the first step in their long-term facilities vision.
  • Adjacent to TIAA Bank Field, The Miller Electric Center will serve as the team's HQ.
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The Jacksonville Jaguars have officially completed the first phase of extensive development plans by moving into their new $120 million, 125,000-square-foot practice facility and team headquarters next to TIAA Bank Field.

Housing two full-size grass practice fields and one indoor field, the Miller Electric Center is complete with locker rooms, training and medical facilities, office space, and a draft room, while fans can enjoy shaded public viewing stands, concession areas, and a team store.

Jags owner Shad Khan was among the team executives on hand to officially open the building on Tuesday. The facility will host the Jags’ training camp next week.

Christening the state-of-the-art practice center is just the first step in the team’s long-term plan to build some of the best overall facilities in the NFL. Proposed stadium renovations could surpass $1 billion in costs — adding a canopy and even a shaded roof to the team’s current home.

One loose thread: The Jags still have to sort out the challenge of where to play games during stadium construction.

Trend Setters

Work on stadium and practice facilities is rampant throughout the NFL.

The Los Angeles Rams want to build a new team HQ, and the Tennessee Titans and Buffalo Bills are each building multibillion-dollar stadiums. On the other hand, teams like the Chicago Bears and Carolina Panthers are struggling with the next steps for their facility projects.

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