It's been no secret that for years now the NFL has been trying to spread their brand outside the United States by playing games in other countries. Countries like Mexico, Canada and England have seen several games and so far it's worked with jersey sales and viewership growing in those areas.

The rumor now is that the Jacksonville Jaguars will be the team to make the move this is coming from an ex employee. However the Jaguars owner has dismissed the claims saying it's just a bitter ex employee. But with the Jaguars set to play for the 5th year in a row in London and the Jaguars owner buying a stadium over there it's hard not to see the possibility.

Personally I'd see Canada or Mexico a better option for an expansion team but it's looking more and more like London. Plus with the Jaguars owner buying Wembley Stadium they'd already have a place to play!