After the team's game against the Bengals, the Jaguars were on a flight to London a few hours later. The week-long trip was filled with community appearances and visits from various fans, British football teams and coaches. With the Jaguars having a home game at Wembley Stadium for four years, the team's fan base is growing exponentially in London. Also taking an interest in the franchise is the British media, as evidence by their coverage. Here are some of the best posts to sum up a busy week abroad for the Jaguars.
Shortly after arriving at the team hotel, the Jaguars hit the practice field. They were joined by a 100 members of Union Jax. After that, the team met with member of Invictus and Fulham Football Club.
The Jaguars made several community appearances on Tuesday. Offensive linemen and wide receivers participated in the NFL Play 60 event. Sen'Derrick Marks and Marcedes Lewis handed out poppies at the Tower of London.
The Jaguars hit the practice field for the first time in their 2014 London trip. While the Jaguars were preparing for the Cowboys, The ROAR and Jaxson De Ville made a few community appearances.
The Jaguars held their second practice at the Grove Hotel. Head Coach Gus Bradley and General Manager Dave Caldwell addressed the media. Fans were arriving and taking photos throughout London and posting them with #JAXinUK. The members of the ROAR of the Jaguars that were not yet in London made the trek across the pond.
The Jaguars started the day off by hosting members of the Nottingham Renegades and British American Football Association. The team then moved bases to the Hilton Wembley. After arriving at the new hotel, the team departed for a reception at Kensington Palace.
Following a team walkthrough, the Jaguars held a fan rally right outside of Wembley Stadium. In addition to an appearance at the rally, The ROAR of the Jaguars performed at the Fulham match.