JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan has shut down rumors of the team moving to London, but one of the team's former quarterbacks seems to think the Jags will eventually go across the pond.
Mark Brunell, who is now football coach at Episcopal School of Jacksonville, told ESPN's "Mike and Mike" that if the Jaguars moved across the pond, it wouldn't surprise him.
"We have an owner in Shad Khan that bought the soccer team over there and all indications are that we're headed that way. It's not good for Jacksonville," Brunell said. "You don't hear a lot of that talk in Jacksonville right now, but everywhere else ... someone mentioned the other day that it's the Jacksonville Jaguars of London."
Later on in the day, Brunell tried to clarify his comments on Twitter saying no one wants the Jaguars to stay in Jacksonville more than him.
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