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Four Jaguars players reportedly arrested in London before Eagles game

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Four Jacksonville Jaguars’ players have reportedly been arrested in London prior to their game against the Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles at Wembley Stadium, according to the The Sun UK.

The incident started when the players tried to leave the London Reign Showclub. Accused of not paying their tab, the players we blocked from leaving by security which led to a physical confrontation between the two groups.

“Four men in their 20s were arrested for fraud by the Met Police. They were released after nine hours in custody. It is understood the club dropped the complaint after the bill was settled.” - Mike Sullivan, The Sun UK

According to Black Sports Online, the four players arrested on Saturday at 4am were safety Barry Church, safety Ronnie Harrison, safety Jarrod Wilson, and cornerback D.J. Hayden.

It’s unknown what the Jaguars plan to do, if anything, in response to this incident. There will be updates here if any news breaks regarding the status of the four players.