When pressed on the issue of Goodell making his statement, Khan praised the NFL commissioner.
"Roger is absolutely a great commissioner. I think he's doing a fabulous job and I would do anything and everything to support him," Khan added.
But Khan wouldn't provide an answer as to whether he would turn down a Goodell request to play a second game in London.
"Whether it makes sense, there are a number of constituencies," Khan said. "We want to do the right thing for everybody."
The Jaguars are footing the majority of the bill for the new scoreboards.
They will fund 75 percent of the estimated $26.5 million — just under $20 million — for the new video scoreboards with the city of Jacksonville funding the remaining 25 percent. The city also will fund the total estimated $36.4 million to build the north end zone fan engagement area as well as the necessary infrastructure and control room to support the video scoreboards.
"This is about vision," Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown said about the city's investment of nearly $43 million. "Enhancing our stadium is a positive step toward the strategic goal of downtown revitalization as well, and it's an opportunity to play to our strengths as a destination for sports and entertainment."
The new improvements will help make Jacksonville a prime candidate to host a national championship in college football, said Rick Catlett, president CEO of the Gator Bowl Association.
"This is a game-changer for Jacksonville," Catlett said. "I am confident that this will bring the national championship game in college football to Jacksonville sooner than we expected."