Jacksonville Jaguars fans dressed up as clowns when they entered TIAA Bank Field for the team’s season-ending game against the Indianapolis Colts.
The game featured a “Klown out” as fans wore the clown costumes in hopes of persuading team owner Shad Khan to fire general manager Trent Baalke.
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Rumors of Jacksonville’s decision to retain Baalke as the team tries to hire a new coach have stirred the fanbase ahead of the search for a new head coach.
“I get it from a fan’s point of view,” Jaguars rookie Trevor Lawrence said earlier in the week. âWould I do that personally? No I wouldn’t do that. But the fans feel what they feel and it’s difficult. Like I said, this year has been disappointing for all of us. wanted to win a lot more games, so I get the frustration. “
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Jacksonville has started the season optimistically, with a new coach at Urban Meyer, the future face of the franchise in Lawrence and veteran players who have joined the team in free agency.
But it has been anything but a dream season for the Jaguars.
Jacksonville entered Week 18 with a 2-14 record. The team fired Meyer mid-season after a string of controversies over the calendar year, and Lawrence and the veterans haven’t exactly lived up to expectations.
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Jacksonville will look to hire a new coach to guide Lawrence and the Jags for 2022 and beyond.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.