Four Jaguars players were detained in London

The Jacksonville Jaguars are in London preparing for their game against the Philadelphia Eagles, but they’ve seemed to hit a bump in the road.

Four of the players were detained over an unpaid bill in a bar around 4 a.m. The Jag initially did not state which of the players were detained but did say that disciplinary action would be handled internally.

It was later reported that the detained players were defensive backs Barry Church, DJ Hayden, Ronnie Harrison and Jarrod Wilson

The Sun, a London based news site, reported that the players were allegedly attempting to leave the London Reign Showclub without paying their tab of  approximately £50,000, which is around $64,000 in the U.S. The club is known to feature circus performers and a burlesque show. 

The Jaguars will play the Philadelphia Eagles at Wembley Stadium at 9:30am on Sunday, October 28th. 


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