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E CRUCIAL CATCH Jaguars Endowment for Breast Cancer research, prevention, treatment and care at the Baptist Health Foundation. guests, including cancer survivors and their families, for dinner and games at a local indoor trampoline park. “This is a serious disease and one that requires teamwork to defeat it,” said Khan. “We are honored to be a part of that team.” In addition, Executive Vice President of Football Operations Tom Coughlin has committed a tremendous amount of resources and time in an effort to support those battling the disease. In 1996, he established the Tom Coughlin Jay Fund in honor of one of his former players at Boston College, Jay McGillis, who lost his battle with leukemia. In honor of Jay, Coach Coughlin made it his mission to help other families tackle childhood cancer by providing comprehensive fi nancial, emotional and practical support. Since its inception, the Jay Fund has helped thousands of families and provided over $9.3 million in grants to be there for parents facing the unthinkable so they can be there for their families. Many Jaguars players have experienced fi rsthand the devastating effects of cancer. In turn they’ve committed to making a difference in the lives of others. A member of the American Cancer Society’s Athlete Council, Jaguars CB A.J. Bouye lost his mother to breast and brain cancer when he was 15 months old. Last season, he surprised a local father and son whose family had been impacted by cancer with tickets to Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis. This week, he continued a tradition he started in 2017 by once again hosting 300