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Are the Jacksonville Jaguars a lock to move to London?

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The NFL released its schedule today, which includes three games in London this year, as part of the International Series. 

The Jacksonville Jaguars will be a mainstay at Wembley Stadium having signed on to play there for four straight seasons, with this being the second.

As a part of the NFL schedule release, the League may have tipped its hand at its intentions for Jacksonville possibly spending even more time with the Queen.

The week 10 schedule announcement says "The London Jaguars does have an excellent ring to it," a possible hint that the league would like to see its least attended franchise make a permanent move to drum up interest in the UK and Europe.

The Jags do have London ties, with owner Shahid Khan already owning Fulham F.C. of the Premier League, in London. 

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