The team held a 10-year agreement with Alltel for the name affixed to the stadium, but that deal ran out 13 months ago. The team and the city of Jacksonville hired a Rockville, Md.-based company called Team Services LLC to market the rights, but so far, has not met reception from companies willing to foot the team's $6 million per year tag to get the naming rights. The contract with Team Services LLC runs out this summer.
Team Services negotiated a $75 million, 15-year naming rights deal between M&T Bank and the Baltimore Ravens.
But they've come up empty in their efforts to land a corporation with the Jaguars. As a result, last season, all references were made to Jacksonville Municipal Stadium while the Jaguars lost out on their half-share (with the city) in naming rights revenue.
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