RTC: Jags trying to increase local revenue

The Jacksonville Jaguars are looking for ways to increase local revenue, and one of the most logical is to raise the average ticket price.

However, team president Mark Lamping told the Florida Times-Union's Vito Stellino that "now is not the time" to do that even though the Jaguars have the cheapest average ticket price in the NFL.

But the Jaguars are taking advantage of the stadium renovations by adding five new seating options, including 182 field seats along the north and south sides of the field at a cost of $350 per game. The Jaguars also will be selling pool cabana seats ($250 per game) and north end zone bar rail tickets ($150 per game).

Here are some additional pieces of Jaguars-related content from around the Web in our Reading the Coverage feature:

Gus Bradley, Dave Caldwell and offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch were among the Jaguars coaches who attended South Carolina's pro day on Wednesday, writes the Florida Times-Union's Ryan O'Halloran.

Jadeveon Clowney said that he should be the No. 1 pick in the upcoming draft. He should be, writes ESPN's Todd McShay.

Jaguars.com's John Oehser writes that while Clowney couldn't answer all questions at his pro day, he did answer some in impressive fashion.

CBSSports.com's Will Brinson has the Jaguars filling both of their major needs in his latest mock draft. He has the Jaguars taking Buffalo linebacker Khalil Mack at No. 3 and then getting Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater at No. 32, thanks to a trade with Seattle.