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Momentum Builds For NFL Franchise In London As TV Deals, Fan Base Continue To Grow

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 05 / 15

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's goal of a London-based NFL franchise "is well-known, but by no means is it a forgone conclusion," according to Melissa Jacobs of the London GUARDIAN. But the signs of success "are increasingly there." The league will again play three games in London this season, but ...

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