Four Jaguars players arrested over bill at London club

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Four Jaguars players were detained Saturday in London of Jacksonville's game against the Eagles on Sunday, according to multiple reports. The team did not name which players were detainedc.

Sunday's game, which will mark the NFL's third and final game in London this season, will be the Jaguars' sixth in Europe since the National Football League began hosting games there.

The London-based Sun reported that the players were accused of trying to leave the London Reign Showclub, which features burlesque and circus performers, without paying their tab. They were arrested at around 4:00 AM.

"Things got pretty heated and there was a lot of swearing and shouting and things became physical", a source told The Sun. "In terms of preparation for their match, you couldn't think of anything worse".

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An NFL Network report stats that the players believed the drinks were being comped by the bar, which ended up not being the case and the cause of the dispute.

Update: The Jaguars have confirmed the story.

The Jaguars did not release much information about the incident, but did say that the players have been released and are back with the team.

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