Mark Brunell won’t be surprised to see the Jaguars move to London
Mark Brunell may be the only quality quarterback the Jacksonville Jaguars have ever had and now he is suggesting the Jacksonville Jaguars may not exist much longer. The 0-8 Jaguars have been one of the worst teams in the league this year and have been a candidate to relocate for years now. With the possibility that the NFL is looking to add a team in London, former Jaguars quarterback Mark Brunell has a suggestion for which team could move.
While talking to First Coast News, Mark Brunell says he would not be shocked if the team becomes the Jacksonville Jaguars of London.
“We have an owner in Shad Khan that bought the soccer team over there and all indications are that we’re headed that way. It’s not good for Jacksonville,” Brunell told ESPN Radio’sMike & Mike in the Morning. “You don’t hear a lot of that talk in Jacksonville right now, but everywhere else . . . someone mentioned the other day that it’s the Jacksonville Jaguars of London.”
Brunell’s rationale makes sense because the team’s owner has a team in England (Khan owns the Fulham soccer club).
The Jaguars also have the 27th worst percentage attendance in the NFL.
If the NFL is searching for a team to move to London, which would be a horrible mistake, they could certainly look at the Jaguars as a candidate.