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The NFL is the most popular sports league in the United States; and with an average attendance of 67,591, they are looking to expand overseas to Europe.
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The thirst for additional wealth among the NFL owners simply cannot be slaked, and therefore those in charge of such decisions will likely push hard to move a team there if it results in even $1 more net per year. The question is, should an NFL team move to London?
Jason La Canfora, who’s been on the NFL-to-London kick for awhile, believes the league will make a “real push” to expand to Europe by the end of its current collective bargaining agreement with its players.
The days of an NFL team in London are fast approaching, and a team struggling to maintain its current fanbase in the U.S., like the Jacksonville Jaguars for instance, could be ripe for a move as soon as the next five to seven years, if you’re to believe Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports.