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Four Jaguars Players Detained In London Day Before Eagles Matchup

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Four Jaguars Players Detained In London Day Before Eagles Matchup


Four Jaguars Players Detained In London Day Before Eagles Matchup

Four Jacksonville Jaguars players - safetyBarry Church, cornerback D.J. Hayden, wellbeing Ronnie Harrison and security Jarrod Wilson- - were confined early Saturday after an episode in London, where the group is to play the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. 

A source affirmed the personalities of the players to ESPN, after they were first detailed by The Sun. 

In an announcement, the Jaguars said the players were kept "over compensation of a bill." 

"The issue is being settled, and the players are with the group," the Jaguars said. "Any control will be dealt with inside." 

Church, Harrison and Wilson are dynamic for Sunday's diversion. Hayden is idle in the wake of being recorded as far fetched with toe damage paving the way to the diversion. 

An announcement from the London police issued early Sunday included that officers were called after reports of a battle at a dance club and affirmed that the players endeavored to leave without paying. 

"Police were called ... following reports of a battle. Officers went to and talked with a gathering of guys who had purportedly been endeavoring to leave the scene without paying an extensive bill. Four men matured in their twenties were hence captured on doubt of extortion by false portrayal and taken to a focal London police headquarters for addressing. They were all in this way discharged with no further activity." 

The Jaguars and London police have not said which players were included. 

The news - the most recent in a terrible keep running for the Jaguars - was reported around 12 hours before the group's 9:30 a.m. ET kickoff against the Eagles at Wembley Stadium.Multiple Las Vegas sportsbooks knock up the point spread Saturday night, moving the Eagles from 3-to 3.5-point top picks. 

Falling off a season in which they achieved the AFC Championship Game, the Jaguars (3-4) have gone the other way and have lost three back to back diversions entering Sunday's conflict against the supreme Super Bowl champions. 

The offense has been awful amid the streak, getting outscored 57-0 in the main portion of those diversions and turning the ball more than 10 times - including eight (five block attempts) by quarterback Blake Bortles. Three of his interferences have come in the Jaguars' very own region, another was returned for a touchdown, and two others happened at last zone. 

Bortles was sidelined a weekend ago against the Houston Texans in the wake of losing two bobbles. Mentor Doug Marrone reestablished him as the starter however cautioned things could change if the turnovers proceed. 

Wounds are a piece of the explanation behind the offense's battles. The Jaguars are on their third-string left handle, the other four hostile line starters are managing annoying wounds, and two tight finishes have been lost. Star running back Leonard Fournette has played in only two amusements because of hamstring damage. 

The guard hasn't played at its 2017 level, either. The Jaguars are surrendering 121.9 yards for each diversion hurrying (25th in the NFL), have constrained just five turnovers (second-least in the group) and have just 15 sacks regardless of having the second-most noteworthy weight rate, as indicated by ESPN Stats and Information. 

The mix made for a feature making week in Jacksonville, with Bortles shielding his misstep filled play and the guard bristling at feedback that it is delicate. 

Data from ESPN's Tim McManus, Michael DiRocco and David Purdum was utilized in this report.

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