Default letter to Jaguars withdrawn

The letter sent by the City of Jacksonville claiming the Jaguars were in default on their lease at Everbank Stadium has been termed a "misunderstanding" and been withdrawn, says the Florida Times-Union.

After the initial letter, Jaguars owner Shahid Khan sent a letter to the city refuting the matter.

"Given the long-standing positive relationship between the Jaguars and the city, and new information which appears to indicate that the two parties simply have a misunderstanding on this matter, I hereby withdraw any notice of default," said Jacksonville general counsel Cindy Laquidara, who wrote the intial letter claiming the club was in default.

Jacksonville mayor Alvin Brown also sent a letter to the Jaguars owner saying the city has no intentions of terminating its lease of the stadium to the Jags.

"Let me be crystal clear: The city of Jacksonville has absolutely no intention whatsoever of terminating its lease with the Jacksonville Jaguars," Brown wrote to Khan.

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