The Jacksonville Jaguars have done their part to keep a few Florida State players in-state when it comes to building their roster. Now, they're sending those three players -- linebacker Telvin Smith, wide receiver Rashad Greene and cornerback Jalen Ramsey -- back to their roots with the "Tallahassee Takeover."
The event will take place on June 25. Fans will get to take part in a Q&A with the players, as well as photo and autograph opportunities.
"We're all excited to go back to campus and see the fans that make Florida State such a special place," Smith said in a statement. "I have nothing but love for 'Nole Nation and we want to share our experiences in Jacksonville with all of them. FSU fans have continued to show their support for Rashad, Jalen and me with the Jaguars, and we're incredibly grateful for that. I have so many great memories from Tallahassee and I can't wait to make some more."
Florida State fans are a passionate bunch when it comes to former players, but clearly this is about the Jaguars making a few more fans in the process. Not that there's anything wrong with that. It's basically the NFL equivalent of expanding your #brand through satellite camps, which can't hurt a team like Jacksonville.