Two Jaguars fans banned for throwing bottles at Seahawks DE Quinton Jefferson

A pair of Jaguars fans have been banned indefinitely from buying tickets to the team’s home games after being identified as two of the culprits who threw bottles and other things at Seahawks defensive end Quinton Jefferson during Jacksonville’s 30-24 win over Seattle on Dec.10.

An investigation conducted by the Jaguars, NFL security and SMG, the company that manages EverBank Field, “concluded that four individuals threw objects onto the field,” a report the team provided to the Florida Times-Union said. “Based on available video evidence, we were able to positively identify two of these individuals. All four individuals had relocated to a seat near the field wall toward the end of the game.”

Per the Times-Union’s account, the incident occurred when Jefferson was ejected from the game and walked toward the locker room tunnel. A fan in the front row threw a bottle that sailed over Jefferson’s head.

Jefferson then approached the stands and was targeted by another bottle-throwing fan. As security intervened and escorted Jefferson away from the scene, a third bottle was thrown at him. He then tried to climb the wall to the stands, and he and security personnel were doused with a cup of liquid and ice.

No arrests were made as a result of the melee.