Health inspectors found 129 violations at 29 concession stands during a Nov. 6 game at TIAA Bank Field between the Jacksonville Jaguars and Las Vegas Raiders, according to a report from Action News Jax.
The violations reportedly include “two dead rodents, 159 rodent droppings and seven concession stands that were operating with an expired license.”
Delaware North, the company that runs concessions at TIAA Bank Field, released a statement regarding the findings.
“A team of health inspectors spent the day on Nov. 6 inspecting the foodservice locations during a live event with more than 62,000 fans,” the statement read in part. “Our managers worked closely with the health inspectors during the visit, and most of the violations identified were rectified immediately or within 24 hours.”
Delaware North continued by saying that a “clerical error” was the cause for some of the expired licenses while others were for concession stands that were “not in operation at the time of the inspection.”
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All of the concession stands reportedly passed follow up inspections.
The Jaguars are on their bye after losing six of their last seven games. They have not played at TIAA Bank Field since the game against the Raiders when the inspection took place. They return to the stadium Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens.
USA TODAY Sports+ producer Victoria Hernandez contributed to this story.