Sports & Recreation

Suns Discharge The Generals Through Monday

 

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Your Jacksonville Suns return to the Baseball Grounds on Thursday, June 7th and will be home through Monday, June 11th, with five games against the Jackson Generals (SEA)!

No excuses; Get Outdoors Florida!

 

School is out! All across Florida, students looking for summer activities. No wonder so many national programs highlight the fun of getting outdoors. June has the most daylight hours and the longest day of the year, providing plenty of opportunity for families and friends to enjoy nature and each other.

USA-Scotland match to break attendance record

 

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.  With nearly 32,000 tickets already sold, the match against Scotland on Saturday, May 26, at EverBank Field will set the attendance record for a U.S. Men’s National Team (MNT) international friendly in the state of Florida.

FWC reminds boaters to boat smart, safely

 

Because Memorial Day weekend, which kicks off summer activities, is right around the corner, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) reminds all boaters in Florida to rededicate themselves to boating safely.

Morning Miller:Rashean Mathis Signed - May 4, 2012

Morning Miller:Rashean Mathis Signed - May 4, 2012

Mayor Alvin Brown Proclaims Giants Day - On Thursday, the Jaguars waived nickel back Drew Coleman.  Signed as a free agent during the 2011 offseason, Coleman played in all 16 games and started four last year.  He was expected to make $1.575 million this season.  In 2011, Coleman recorded 41 tackles, two sacks and two interceptions.  Jacksonville has 13 cornerbacks currently on the roster.  Derek Cox, Rashean Mathis and William Middleton all return from the 2011 injured reserve list.