JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - It's like the first day of school for the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Training Camp 2013 has arrived and the excitement level here at Jags Headquarters might be as high as it's ever been.
Fans greeting the players walking into the stadium like the buzz and energy around the Jags to the inaugural season in 1995.
In a sense, this is much like that year. The Jaguars overhauled their front office and roster on the last eight months.
There are some mainstays arriving to camp like 14-year veteran Brad Meester and 10-year veteran Josh Scobee.
Meester, the Jags center, was greeted with cheers by the small group of Jags fans. This is likely Meester's final training camp in the NFL.
New head coach Gus Bradley reported to his first camp as the Jags boss about 6:30am and greeted the fans with a fist pump.
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Go to the Jaguars' website for more details on the camp.