• Weary Steelers turn to Vikings after overnight flight to London

    Summary of 8 articles · Updated Sep 29, 2013
    It's not a matter of if London gets a team. Or, as commissioner Roger Goodell said, “The London Whatever.” As Peter King of TheMMQB.com mentioned during Football Night In America, Jacksonville’s interest in playing two games in London could be diminishing. There are higher taxes, a different currency, labor laws that wouldn’t permit drafting players, a likely fight from the NFL Players Association and whether the team would be an expansion team or an existing franchise.
    • Three games could be coming to London in 2014

      This year, the NFL will play two regular-season games in London for the first time ever. The first one came today, when the Vikings held off the Steelers, 34-27. Next year, that number could expand by 50 percent. Per a league source, the NFL could decid…
    • London fans embrace NFL, London media doesn’t

      The NFL sent a pair of 0-3 teams to London this week, but it didn’t seem to matter. As explained by SportsBusiness Daily, a Saturday block party in London drew more than 500,000 fans. Via Alan Robinson of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Steelers players …
    • Pregame gallery: Vikings vs. Steelers in London

      The winless Vikings are in London looking for their first victory against a Pittsburgh team that also is 0-3.
    • Steelers Gab 2013 Week 4 NFL Preview – Pittsburgh Vs. Minneosta (In London)

      We’ve tried for three weeks to get the Steelers a win, and now if they are going to get a victory, they are going to have to go across the pond to get it. This week the boys are in London to take on the Vikings, a fellow 0-3 team that it looks like the …
    • Craig: Would London be a good home for an NFL team?

      Commissioner favors it far more than athletes who have endured the logistics.
  • Sunday Morning Quarterback: London's calling and the NFL is serious about making it work

    The scene from the not-too-distant future: Roger Goodell standing on a podium at a jam-packed Wembley Stadium waiting for the fans of the newest NFL franchise to quiet down. Finally, silence. “With the first pick in the NFL draft, the London Bridges sel…

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