Jaguar fans pounced on TIAA Bank Field on Sunday, December 8th to see the Jacksonville Jaguars host the Los Angeles Chargers. The game kicked off with fans roaring for the home team to reverse their losing streak of four wins and nine losses this season to avail.
During the game’s halftime, the Jaguars honored Army Command Sergeant Major Henry Sellers as the Veteran of the Game. Sellers served numerous assignments including Korea and Germany and two deployments in Vietnam and retired in 1985. In addition, Sellers taught Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (JROTC) courses in Duval County Public Schools for 23 years. His assignments included stints at Englewood, Wolfson, Southside Middle and he retired from William E. Raines High School. Sellers has been a season ticket holder since game one, and has not missed a Jaguar game for 25 years to the day of his military honoree recognition.
Shown is Sellers surrounded by his family, Sharron Patterson, Stephanie Sellers, Zachary Rose, Sharon Sellers, Lynette Dennard and Godfrey Jenkins.