Roger Goodell turned heads when at a recent fan forum in England he said that staging the Super Bowl in London was something that “has been discussed” and “is not impossible.”
This time it wasn’t even tied to London getting an expansion franchise, which would at least make some sense. This was a stand-alone deal as the NFL has continued to play more games outside of the United States.
“As the International Series develops, maybe that is a possibility,” Goodell said.NFL executive vice president Peter O’Reilly quickly clarified the league’s thinking by saying a London Super Bowl is “not a […]
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