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Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars OL already has three penalties: two holds by RT Jermey Parnell and a false start by Patrick Omameh. Offense just doesn't have the firepower to overcome that.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

While several other NFL teams issued statements regarding President Trump's comments, Bucs ownership has not. Head coach Dirk Koetter did, however, hold a team meeting a month ago to discuss anthem protests. He said, "We have to respect each other's opinion, even if we don't agree with it." Players were also told that the organization would "be behind them 100 percent" however they chose to express themselves.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens defensive end Brent Urban walks off the field after being looked at by trainers. Baltimore is already missing one starting lineman. Brandon Williams didn't make the trip to London because of a foot injury.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Odell Beckham Jr. arriving for game vs. Eagles. He's expected to be near 100% and play closer to a full workload in his second game back.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ugly first quarter for Ravens' offense in London. In Baltimore's first three series, Joe Flacco and the Ravens have totaled minus-1 yard and no first downs while allowing two sacks.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

A statement issued by Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti: "We recognize our players' influence. We respect their demonstration and support them 100 percent. All voices need to be heard. That's democracy in its highest form."

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

That TD pass to Marcedes Lewis was well-designed, with fakes to Chris Ivory in the backfield and Marqise Lee on the end-around. It's a tough play for Blake Bortles because his back is to the offensive line for a couple seconds.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens have allowed 10 points on the first two drives against the Jaguars after giving up only 10 points in their first two games. Baltimore's defense looks a step slow on defense, and its offense is out of sync.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Not a good start for the Ravens in London. Baltimore trails for the first time all season as its offense has sputtered from the beginning. Baltimore has gone three-and-out on first two series, totaling seven yards on six plays.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

On social media, Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins asks fans to "join us is locking arms for unity in our city," hinting at what's to come during the national anthem today. Head coach Doug Pederson tells Sal Paolantonio that the team will stand together with military personnel and police officers in a sign of unity during the anthem.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers tight end Greg Olsen, out at least eight weeks with a broken foot, not with his usual group as they arrive at Bank of America Stadium. Center Ryan Kalil is with this group but he already has been ruled out with a neck injury.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars score first on Jason Myers field goal. Most important part of the drive was the fact that the team overcome a holding penalty that gave them a first-and-20. Jaguars didn't do that last week vs. Tennessee:Had 12 snaps in which they faced 16 or more yards for a first down -- including eight in which they needed 20 or more yards -- against the Titans. Each sequence was set up by a penalty and in two cases eventually was followed by a turnover.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Ravens, who have never had players protest previously, had seven players take a knee during the national anthem in London: linebackers Terrell Suggs, C.J. Mosley and Za'Darius Smith, wide receiver Mike Wallace, safety Tony Jefferson and defensive backs Anthony Levine and Lardarius Webb.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

With the Ravens and Jaguars now underway in London, here's a look at today's AFC playoff leverage.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars owner Shad Khan linking arms with TE Marcedes Lewis and LB Telvin Smith is first time an NFL owner has participated in a protest during the National Anthem. Strong statement from Khan, who donated $1 million to President Trump.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Another small bit of news. Galen Duncan, the Lions' director of player development, has left for a similar role with the Sacramento Kings. Duncan was instrumental in working with the rookies during their transition from college to the NFL.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars players link arms in London for National Anthem. Jalen Ramsey, A.J. Bouye, Calais Campbell, Malik Jackson, Tashaun Gipson, Yannick Ngakoue, Dante Fowler among the players that also took a knee. Owner Shad Khan standing and linked arms with Marcedes Lewis and Telvin Smith.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Lions owner Martha Ford just released a statement about President Donald Trump's comments about the NFL. It reads: "Our game has long provided a powerful platform for dialogue and positive change in many communities throughout our nation. "Thanks primarily to our players, the NFL also has been a unifying force in our country and impactful change has and hopefully will continue to be the result of peaceful expression, done so in order to highlight social injustices of all kind. "Negative and disrespectful comments suggesting otherwise are contrary to the founding principles of our country, and we do not support those comments or opinions."

Brian Franey ESPN Producer 

A Giants team official just told Sal Paolantonio that cornerback Janoris Jenkins (ankle) "looked good" in Saturday's team walk through. The official said barring any setback in Jenkins' on-field workout this morning, Jenkins is on track to play against the Eagles.

Brian Franey ESPN Producer 

The NFL is expecting mixed reaction to President Trump's comments about the league and protests on Sunday, a senior NFL official has told ESPN's Sal Paolantonio. "We expect a mixed bag today, on a team-by-team basis," the official said. "The overall issue had quieted down. This elevated it in a big way," the official said. Only seven of the 32 teams had shown any kind of protest last week, including 14 of 1,696 players on NFL rosters. That's less than one percent of the players in the league. The same official confirmed that NFL commissioner Robert Goodell talked to a number of players about their plans, including the Eagles' Malcom Jenkins, who is considered a leader and activist in seeking reform and change. Trump called for NFL owners to fire players who kneel during the playing of the national anthem. He has also urged fans to boycott games to force the teams to respect the flag and anthem.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

It looks like Matt Skura is starting at right guard for the Ravens in London. Skura is lining up there in pre-game warmups. He is replacing six-time Pro Bowl guard Marshal Yanda, who suffered a season-ending ankle injury last week. So, Skura goes from practice squad to starting lineup in one week.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens starting running back Terrance West is showing no effects from a calf injury that sidelined for two practices leading up to the London game. He had been listed as questionable.

Tom Hamilton ESPN UK Reporter 

Police vans block both ends of Engineers Way - a road that cuts across Wembley way. It is part of the increased security measures implemented following the recent terrorist attacks on Manchester and London.

Tom Hamilton ESPN UK Reporter 

The newly laid security blockades are coated in green turf and supporters are using them as a place to rest weary legs.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Patriots starting left tackle Nate Solder, a seven-year veteran, tweeted the following on Sunday morning: "stand or kneel, that's a free choice, you won't see any division in this locker room over that, we respect each other too much."