GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Don't book your tickets for London yet.
The Green Bay Packers might not be the lock many think they are to play the Jacksonville Jaguars there in 2016.
The Packers have told the NFL they would like to play a road game overseas. And they have a road game next season against the Jaguars, who are under contract to play one home game in London this season and next season.
But the dots might not connect.
Jaguars owner Shad Kahn appears to be fighting to keep the Packers' game in Jacksonville, according to Packers president Mark Murphy.
"The challenge is that our fans travel so well to away games in the United States that teams are very reluctant to give up home games against the Packers," Murphy said Monday. "We would love to [play in London]. In fact, I talked to Shad, and he expressed to me that he would be very reluctant to move a Packers game away from Jacksonville."