• London gets a taste of Belichick

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Oct 28, 2012
    is ready for eight games a year in London. Answer:  I don’t know, just got here. It’s London.  Question: How much of a disruption is it playing a game in London? The NFL insists that it can make things work in London, and starting next year the league will have two games a year across the pond. Pats coach Bill Belichick didn’t get the memo.  Or, if he did, he tore it up.  Or ignored it.  Or both. But filling Wembley Stadium for a game or two a year is still a long ways away from filling Wembley Stadium for eight games a year, year after year, in a country where American football is still viewed as a curiosity, not a passion.
    • Rams up for London game

      On Sunday at Wembley in a noon kickoff St. Louis time, the Rams are innocents abroad in the NFL's efforts to expand the game internationally
      Source: stltoday.com
  • Kraft says London ready for its own NFL team

    At the NFL's FanFest rally on Saturday in Trafalgar Square, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft shared his belief that London is ready to have its own professional football team.

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