The stadium without a name — and with a healthy representation of tarp at every game — could have plenty of non-tarp-covered empty seats this year, and as a result many local blackouts.
With the Georgia state line not too far away, plenty of folks whose weekly clothing rotations still includes a black and red football jersey with a 7 on the front and back would gobble up season tickets.
Then there’s David Garrard, who played a lot better before he got paid.
Then there’s Jack Del Rio, who might get paid for a few years of not working if the team doesn’t turn things around this year.
But, alas, Del Rio doesn’t want Vick.
“No” was his answer via text to Michael C. Wright of the Florida Times Union.
Then again, Del Rio likely has less juice than he possessed a year ago at this time. So if others in the organization recognize the potential financial and competitive benefits, Del Rio might not have a choice.
After all, the boost in ticket sales could help fund Del Rio’s eventual buyout.