Jaguars’ Andre Cisco explains impromptu turnover chain in Week 2

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When Jacksonville Jaguars safety Andre Cisco got his first career interception in the final minutes of a Week 2 shutout of the Indianapolis Colts, he ran down the Jaguars sideline and into a corner to celebrate with teammates and fans.

Seemingly out of nowhere, fellow starting safety Rayshawn Jenkins had a huge chain with a massive Jaguars logo and was trying to force it over Cisco’s helmet.

On Monday, Cisco said that the Jaguars turnover chain came from a fan who handed it to Jenkins after the team’s third interception of Colts quarterback Matt Ryan.

“I had no idea where that came from,” Cisco told reporters with a laugh. “Rayshawn took it from the crowd and was forcing it over my helmet and I’m like, bro, just hold it because it’s not making it over there. Yeah, I had a chain in my hand, somehow, after the pick.”

Through two games, the Jaguars have forced six turnovers, just one off the league lead. Last season, Jacksonville finished the season with nine, the fewest in the NFL.

Story originally appeared on Jaguars Wire