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The NFL continues to play regular season games in London each year, so the question remains: Could this one day lead to a team being based there full time? Among the many issues facing the league in 2014 we’ll take a special look at the work the league has done internally to explore options in London and outline the obstacles to expansion to the U.K. We’ll also survey fans in the UK to gauge their appetite for the NFL. In a market dominated by soccer, can the NFL find a permanent home, and if so, when could all of this play out?
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