Jerseys from the Jacksonville Jaguars‘ Bold Rush game where the team wore striking gold uniforms are on the auction block benefitting charity with the sales ending later this weekend.
All proceeds from the jerseys worn during the team’s 19-13 win over the Tennessee Titans on Nov. 19 will go to the the Jacksonville Jaguars Foundation, which “supports programs benefiting economically and socially disadvantaged youth, families and other NFL and team charitable initiatives.”
A total of 44 jerseys are in the auction, which is being hosted by Steiner Sports, and among them are the team’s top offensive stars — quarterback Blake Bortles, receiver Allen Robinson, tight end Julius Thomas and rookie running back T.J. Yeldon.
The jerseys opened with minimum bids of $250, while the high mark so far was for Bortles at $1,465 after four bids. Each jersey has been signed and most show heavy use from the game.
Click here to see where bidding sits on all of the auctions right now before their close on Sunday.
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