Jaguars release first renderings of proposed stadium renovation

The Jacksonville Jaguars inched another step closer to a massive renovation of TIAA Bank Field on Wednesday when they released renderings of the potential project to the public.

In a video posted on the team’s YouTube, computer generated images of the team’s envisioned stadium showed a futuristic looking TIAA Bank Field complete with a roof cover of the field.

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A price tag for the renovation hasn’t been revealed by the Jaguars, but estimates have suggested it could exceed $1 billion.

Ultimately, there are still major hurdles for the Jaguars to clear before their envisioned stadium of the future becomes a reality. The team will need to negotiate the terms of the project with the City of Jacksonville and its newly elected mayor Donna Deegan, who is set to take office in July.

Then the Jaguars will need to garner public support for a vote on the use of taxpayer money on the renovation — however much that ends up being. The team will also need the support of NFL owners, who will need to approve the project.

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Story originally appeared on Jaguars Wire