Jacksonville Jaguars using drones to keep fans cool

Because of the heat and humidity, playing football in Florida, can be tough -- especially at the beginning of the NFL season, when the weather is still pretty hot. Anyone who's ever been to a game at Raymond James can tell you, if your tickets are on the side where the sun shines down, you're definitely getting a sunburn at the game!

Well, the owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars, Shad Khan, is looking into ways of putting clouds of drones in the sky over the stadium to shield fans from the sun.

It's still being figured out, but if it works, it'll make those day games a lot more comfortable! Can we get this at RayJay??

It would work something like the one they are planning to use at the 2022 World Cup in Quatar:

[First Coast News]



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