The Jacksonville Jaguars are close to selling out Sunday’s home game against the Saints. So close that the team has obtained a 24-hour extension of the deadline for moving all non-premium tickets, according to the Florida Times-Union.
As of Thursday afternoon, only 1,805 tickets remained.
The Jaguars have struggled to sell tickets over the past few years, but unlike other cities (including one in Florida), the Jags ultimately have gotten the seats sold and the local TV blackout lifted.
The Jaguars also sold out their Week One home game against the Titans.
This week, rookie quarterback Blaine Gabbert will be starting for the first time at EverBank Field. Gabbert started the Week Three game at Carolina.