JACKSONVILLE, Fla.-- The Jacksonville Jaguars need to get their passports ready.
On Tuesday, the NFL and the team will announce plans for the Jags to play games in London over the next four years.
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NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is scheduled to be in Jacksonville for the announcement along with Jaguars owner Shad Khan.
Khan told Action Sports Friday on the Jaguars Pregame Show in New Orleans to "stay tuned" for an announcement on playing in London.
"Be patient for a couple of days," said Khan on Friday.
The Jags owner was recently in London for the Olympics. During our interview on Friday, Khan hinted that work has already been done to plan for a regular season game at Wembley Stadium.
"It was great to go out there and London did a fabulous job," said Khan. "We got a lot of great ideas for the home field experience."
According to our sources, the Jaguars have done extensive planning on playing in London. The organization had put together a presentation to the NFL on their willingness to help globalize the game for the NFL and for the city of Jacksonville.
Last week, the St. Louis Rams pulled out of their three year commitment to play in London which opened the door for the Jags to fulfill Khan's wishes.
Khan expressed interest in making the Jags a worldwide brand in his introductory news conference as owner of the team back in December.
"We are going to make this the hottest ticket in the NFL," said Khan, while holding up a Jags game ticket. "The NFL is going to be developing an international fan base and why shouldn't it be the Jaguars."
Khan also said he would be willing to play a game or two overseas.
"I think it would serve Jacksonville well," said Khan in December. "I think the NFL will be doing something like that. Why shouldn't we be one of the flag carriers."
Now it looks like the Jaguars will carry that flag to London next year and for the foreseeable future.