JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- The Jacksonville Jaguars have no plans to play twice a year in London.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, speaking at a conference in New York on Tuesday, reiterated that the league is considering expanding its European presence.
The NFL has two games in London this fall and eventually could go to three. If that happens, Goodell said he would consider asking the Jaguars to play twice a year in London, with the second one potentially being a road game.
The Jaguars, who have agreed to play one home game a year in London for the next four seasons, don't sound willing to cooperate.
"The commitment we made to the league is to play one home game in London in each of the next four seasons," the team said in a statement. "That's our plan."