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Jags' Khan Locks Arms With Players Before London Game With Ravens

The Jaguars beat the Ravens 44-7 this morning at Wembley Stadium in London, and Jags Owner Shahid Khan before the game "locked arms" on the field with his players during the national anthem. Many players from both the Ravens and Jaguars also "knelt during" the anthem. All players "stood up for a later performance of 'God Save The Queen'" (NYDAILYNEWS.com, 9/24). Khan donated $1M "to the Trump inauguration fund" (REUTERS, 9/24). There was a "near packed-out" crowd on hand for the game (INDEPENDENT.co.uk, 9/24).



NFL Exec VP/Int'l Mark Waller said that he "foresees expansion of regular-season football into England in the coming years on several fronts." Waller said that efforts continue to "try to approximate what a London-based NFL team might experience, which could mean eight regular-season games being played there in the near future, as well as one team playing in London more than once in the same season" (CBSSPORTS.com, 9/24).
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