Jaguars' Lewis doesn't want to double down on London games

Tight end says two games a year in England is too many. Terry McCormick

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Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis doesn't mind giving up one home game a year to play in London's Wembley Stadium.

But that is where he draws the line. The veteran tight end says two games a year for the Jaguars abroad would be too many.

Lewis tells CBS Sports that two games “would be highly stressful for a team. It would disrupt a big part of your season. There would be a competitive disadvantage for a team that did that.

“What you would end up doing is just changing a lot of what you do so you're mentally ready. But playing two games in London would be pretty rough for any team no matter what you try to do.”

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