While the Jaguars are not bound for London -- yet -- their owner is already growing his presence across the pond.
According to the Daily Mail, Shad Khan is in talks to purchase English Premier League soccer club Fulham F.C. from owner Mohamed Al-Fayed.
Al-Fayed has owned Fulham for the past 16 years, but is now looking to go in a different direction. A deal, which would cost Khan more than $200 million, could be completed by the end of the week.
Assuming the transaction goes through, Khan would join the Glazer family of Tampa Bay (Manchester United) and Rams owner Stan Kroenke (Arsenal) as the only NFL owners to also control an elite soccer club.
Khan's interest in expanding overseas is no surprise; the Jags already play one game per season at Wembley Stadium. One of the league's priorities is establishing a global presence -- and perhaps a permanent franchise in London -- so Khan's new venture is sure to spark more speculation.