game details + entertainment NATIONAL ANTHEM Although Tenor Patrick Mason makes his anthem debut today for the Jacksonville Jaguars, he is no stranger to large-venue performance, with appearances at over 90 professional, semi-professional and college events in Seattle, Honolulu, Portland, Kansas City, Philadelphia and many appearances in the Baltimore/Washington area, where he has been featured in over 20 Baltimore Orioles games and 20 Washington Capitals games. Today’s Colors will be presented by a joint color guard consisting of members from the Jacksonville Fire and Rescue department and the Jacksonville Sheriff’s offi ce and sailors from NAS JAX. A 100-yard American fi eld fl ag will be held by fi rst responders and military servicemen and women from the northeast Florida region. HALFTIME Halftime will feature a relay race in support of the NFL’s Play 60 initiative. Four teams made up of participants from local schools will compete. Participants will navigate through a series of obstacles then catch a pass from a former Jaguars player and cross the goal line. Once the entire team has made it through the course each team’s mascot (Jaxson DeVille, Mary Moo of the Dairy Council, Thumper of the American Heart Association, and Wolfi e of Wolfson Children’s Hospital) will race to the Jaguar head in the center of the fi eld. The fi rst one that reaches the Jag head will be crowned champion. NEW FEATURES THIS SEASON! His performances have included two previous NFL appearances for the Kansas City Chiefs, including his most recent appearance at Arrowhead Stadium in August 2017, one Canadian Football game and several arena football appearances as well. Patrick has also been featured at nearly 10 Major League Soccer matches in Portland, Kansas City and Washington D.C. and several NBA games for the Washington Wizards. Patrick currently resides in Annapolis, Maryland. On hand to interpret the National Anthem for the hearing impaired is ROAR Cheerleader, Kinsey. Daily’s Place is here and with it comes an entirely new look to the south end zone. Stop by and visit the all new food hall, stacked with frozen drinks, craft beer, new concessions and a Daily’s convenience store. Reminder - to enjoy any adult beverage, you must present a horizontal ID. Vertical IDs will not be accepted anywhere at EverBank Field. Pregame festivities are not to be missed this season! The fan entertainment zone opens three hours before kickoff. Be in your seat 30 minutes before kickoff to watch the JagsCinema live in-stadium show including Jaxson de Ville’s jump and watch the team take the fi eld in a brand new way for 2017!