Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shahid Khan and the Jaguars Foundation have donated 1,000 tickets to refugees and Puerto Ricans who were displaced by Hurricane Maria. The tickets are for Sunday's AFC Wild Card playoff game against the Buffalo Bills. "Whether it's a home game in August or January, it's important for the Jaguars to consistently be good citizens and do the right thing for our community," Khan said in a statement, per ESPN.com's Michael DiRocco.
Editor’s note: This article originally appeared in the Times-Union on Dec. 9, 2007. NEW YORK - Florida quarterback Tim Tebow made history throughout the 2007 college football season. Saturday night was no different. The former Nease High School standout claimed perhaps the most prestigious award in sports Saturday night, edging Arkansas junior running back Darren McFadden to win the Heisman Trophy during a ceremony at the Nokia Theatre in Times Square. Tebow is the first sophomore to win the award.
2:49 PM ETMichael DiRoccoCloseMichael DiRoccoESPN Staff WriterCovered University of Florida for 13 seasons for ESPN.com and Florida Times-UnionGraduate of Jacksonville UniversityMultiple APSE award winnerKatherine TerrellCloseKatherine TerrellESPN Staff WriterJoined ESPN in 2016Previously covered the Saints for the Times-Picayune from 2013-2016JACKSONILLE, Fla. -- Cincinnati Bengals receiver A.J.
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Selecting a term
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