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Report: Four Jaguars detained in London

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

According to The Sun, four Jacksonville Jaguars players were detained in London before their game in Wembley Stadium. At this time, it is not known who they are.

The paper said that average $43,000 per week. In addition, the tabloid said that they “squared up with the bouncers” at the London Reign Showclub.

Jacksonville Jaguars safety Barry Church playing against the Dallas Cowboys
Barry Church playing against the Dallas Cowboys (Getty Images)

The players were attempting to leave with the club without paying their tab. The incident happened approx. 12 hours before kickoff of the NFL game.

“It was the West End equivalent of King Kong meeting Godzilla,” their source said.

The Jaguars had this incident before their game with the Philadelphia Eagles at Wembley Stadium.

News4Jax is reporting that Barry Church, DJ Hayden, Ronnie Harrison, and Jarrod Wilson. All players are defensive backs on the team.

All four players have been benched by the team for the game.

Yet, the Jaguars release a statement on the matter.

“We are aware that 4 of our players were detained over restitution of a bill. The matter is being resolved and the players are with the team. Any discipline will be handled internally.”

The players were attending a private event at the nightclub. The club features burlesque and circus performers.

All four players were detained for nine hours.

Both teams in the game are 3-4. The Jaguars have lost three straight games. The Eagles also lost their last game to the Carolina Panthers.

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