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In Jacksonville, Fla., there's been a bit of angst this week. The football coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars was fired, and the team's longtime owner announced he's selling the franchise to an Illinois businessman. Some people believe the buyer, Shad Khan, plans to move to the team. Others have voiced concerns because Khan is a native of Pakistan — even though he has lived in the U.S. for decades.
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