The third member of the soon-to-open Jacksonville Sports activities Corridor of Fame is former Jacksonville Jaguars defensive finish Reggie Hayward.
The brand new corridor is ready to open this summer time on the Neighborhood First Igloo, and was created partially by the ECHL’s Jacksonville Icemen. It seeks to honor athletes who not solely made a distinction in sports activities, however “additionally made important impacts to the communities of Northeast Florida.”
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Hayward, 44, signed with the Jaguars in 2005 after spending 4 years with the Denver Broncos and recording 19 sacks in his ultimate two seasons with the crew. In Jacksonville, Hayward led the Jaguars in sacks in his first season with the crew and recorded 17.5 sacks in 5 years.
Leg accidents finally led to Hayward’s launch in 2010 and he subsequently retired from the NFL.
The three inductees to the Jacksonville Sports activities Corridor of Fame up to now — Hayward, Myles Jack, and Tim Tebow — are all former Jaguars who’ve an possession stake within the Icemen.
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Story initially appeared on Jaguars Wire