The Jacksonville Jaguars are reportedly playing in London through the 2030 season, but owner Shad Khan isn't doing it because he wants to move the team overseas. In fact, Khan doesn't think the NFL can handle even a half-season abroad.
According to Alyson Rudd of The London Times, when rumors started flying that Khan was going to sell Fulham FC and buy Tottenham FC, Khan called the journalists and media out on it.
There was not, according to Khan, even "a kernel of truth" to the Tottenham reports. "You can’t correct every rumour, but I was surprised and had to consider the morale of the people at Fulham and the people at Wembley, so we called them out on it," Khan said.
But Khan took the conversation a step further, not only dismissing the Tottenham rumors, but saying he thinks that "the NFL can absorb five games per season being played abroad, but no more."
No word yet on the Sea of Tranquility Jaguars, however.