Hurricane Dorian watch is on, and the Jacksonville Jaguars are planning to stay home on Wednesday.
The Jaguars announced practice would be canceled, and all team employees, including players and coaches, are encouraged to stay home with their families.
Evidence or Dorian’s devastation became more clear in the Bahamas, though the exact path of the storm remained uncertain Tuesday as it weakened from Category 5 status.
The current plan for the Jaguars will be to make a call on Thursday’s practice schedule in the next 24 hours. Tentatively the team plans to be at the facility for a noon practice.
The Jaguars are scheduled to open the regular season Sunday at home against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina are operating under a state of emergency until further notice, and other teams could be impacted later in the week.