The Jacksonville Jaguars will decide on where to stay and where to practice when they travel to London next year to play the Cowboys at Wembley Stadium, David Moore of the Dallas Morning News reports. Once the Jags finalize their plans, Moore says, the Cowboys will begin making arrangements themselves.
Jaguars’ head coach Gus Bradley, whose team lost to the 49ers 42-10 in London in October of last year, said he was pleasantly surprised by the amenities offered on the other side of the pond.
“I thought it was a good experience,” Bradley said. “I wasn’t quite sure when we first went over there. I knew we had an opportunity for it to be good when we talked to other coaches, but I thought it exceeded our expectations. It was really good.”
The Cowboys are reportedly planning on arriving in London on November 4 for a November 9 game, in order to have as regular a week of preparation as possible.
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