The Jaguars’ game in London against the San Francisco 49ers on Oct. 27 is already sold out, but the NFL and Sky Sports, who televise the London games, are continuing to promote it.

Neil Reynolds, the anchor for NFL football on Sky Sports, a satellite subscription-based TV service in the U.K. and Ireland, was in Jacksonville on Tuesday filming interviews with several team executives and players.

He will use them on a weekly show that alternates between the Jaguars and the Vikings, who will be the home team when they play the Steelers in London in September. Reynolds went to Minnesota after spending a day with the Jaguars and then will return home.

In another promotional effort, Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew, who has never been to Europe, will travel there in July with a team staffer and make several appearances previewing the game.

“It’s going to be a new experience,” Jones-Drew said. “It should be fun and we’re going early so we should be able to look around.”

Jones-Drew said he hopes to play golf at St. Andrews during the visit,

Middle linebacker Paul Posluszny, who said the only time he was in Europe was during a stop at the airport in Frankfurt, Germany, while visiting troops in Iraq, said: “It’s going to be exiting to play in that type of atmosphere.’’