Shadowlight, Caldwell has been the Jags GM for a while now. Tom C. was the team's executive vice president. Here's a link that explains it all. Caldwell was hired, after they ditched the Goy that signed Toby Gerhart for starters money back in 2014. I'd bet signing Toby did not help the ex-GM's cause....Recently, I'm not sure who wielded most power, but the Jags are clearly not as Caste with Marrone as they were before he arrived. Marrone is not terrible. Remember in Buffalo, he wanted no part of E.J. Emmanuel, but he was forced upon him by the former black GM. I'm sure the same deal applies in Jax. We'll see, with Tom C. gone, perhaps the Jags and Marrone have a better shot going forward? Word is, the NFL no longer wants a team based in London. And the Jaguars owner thinks there isn't enough demand in London for an entrenched team. I believe him. Keep a couple things in mind. There are some huge obstacles to moving that the "drive-by sports media" never details. Below I'll post just a couple. I could put forth other reasons, but my fingers will get tired (typing). 1) Drafts for employment purposes are strictly outlawed on Cuck Island. In English sports, everyone is a free agent from the time they are kids up until they retire! That's why there is absolutely no parity in their sports leagues. It's a couple teams dominating every year (Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, ect), as they scoop up all the best prospects at a young age. Kind of like the Yankees from the Ruth/Gehrig era until the draft was implemented in the 1960's. So, how does the NFL get around that? They would need to seek some sort of Government exemption? What politicians will do that, considering their loyalties to all the local EPL teams? 2) Outside of the rare, educated Andrew Luck types, who grew up in Europe, which American's want to play there? I won't even get into the tax issues, but just focusing on lifestyle and travel is enough. Vast majority of NFL players b!tch and moan about making a trip to London once every 4 or 5 years due to the travel -- then get a "bye week" to recover. What if they were forced to travel between the U.S. and U.K. several times a year? The black players, in particular, are militantly opposed to playing in Europe due to travel logistics. Once word spreads in England the black draftees and black free agents (in particular) refuse to sign, fans will feel disrespected and abandon the team. 3) An NFL team faces the same problems the Quebec Nordiques and a proposed Hamilton or second Toronto team faces in the NHL. While the Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Leafs publicly support a regional rival, behind the scenes they will do everything they can to stop it.....Same will happen in London. Every big-time EPL club is probably lobbying behind closed doors to stop the Jaguars from moving, fearing any more competition. Even if it's modest competition. Heck, for years the Mets and Yankees even refused to allow minor league teams in N.Y.C. and near by regions. Only relented when they were allowed to own and operate (short season) single A Brooklyn and Staten Island. 4) Let's not wax poetic about London. It's not the same London that existed during the Beatles heyday. It's not the same London that existed during the Tony Blair era through the 1990's and into the 2000's. Blair, a subversive Shabbos Goy, began running London into the ground due to opening the borders. This was no doubt at the behest of the Globalist Jewish banking families that completely control the Island and are trying to turn it into a third world cesspool....What would the NFL gain by having a team in Londanistan, where Sharia Law is openly practiced?...Plus it's not like the U.K. has a monster population like China or India. Roger Cuckdell needs to do away with his "London fetish" and focus on keeping teams in places like Oakland and San Diego....I don't think I can ever get used to the Las Vegas Raiders. Ever!