The trip to London will be expensive for several members of the Jacksonville Jaguars, involved in an incident at a London club early Saturday morning.
Four players, high school members, were arrested and released by police after an argument over a bar that said Melissa Stark of the NFL reportedly brought in about $ 46,000. Players Barry, Ronnie Harrison, Jarrod Wilson and cornerback D.J. Hayden, mistakenly believed that they did not charge high-end champagne bottles and alcoholic beverages.
"We are aware that four of our players have been arrested for restitution of a bill," said the Jaguars in a statement. "The problem is being resolved and the players are with the team. Any discipline will be treated internally. "
Telvin Smith, Myles Jack, Leon Jacobs, Dante Fowler and T.J. Yeldon were also at the club, but were not arrested, said Ian Rapoport of the NFL network.
"The bill has been paid and the problem solved," tweeted Mike Garafolo of the NFL network. "[The] The team said the discipline would be managed internally. "
The incident has puzzled one of the former coaches, Tony Dungy, who is now a broadcaster of the NBC channel. "Question to the secondary Jaguars: how come you are 3-4 years old and you go out to party Friday night before a huge game, you pay $ 45,000 and you do not pay for it? addition?" Dungy tweeted. "I do not understand!"
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