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Source: NFL Adjusts Super Bowl Bid Process; Will Now Reach Out To Specific Cities

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 23 / 17

The NFL will no longer "put Super Bowls out to bid," according to a source cited by Mike Florio of PRO FOOTBALL TALK. The process will instead "commence with the league approaching a specific city regarding a specific future Super Bowl, outlining the terms the NFL needs in order to grant the game to...

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