Roger Goodell wants the NFL to return to Los Angeles and he wants to bring the league to Europe on a permanent basis, Bill Williamson of ESPN.com reports.
In no particular order.
Speaking at a forum for European NFL fans Saturday on the eve of the 49ers-Jaguars game at Wembley Stadium, Goodell was asked by a fan about going back to L.A. and where it ranks on the league's wish list compared to putting a team in London.
"I'd love to be back in Los Angeles," Goodell said. "But it has to be done the right way, we have to do it successfully. ...
"I want both (London and L.A.), but it doesn't matter which one is first."
The NFL has not had an NFL franchise in Los Angeles since 1995 when both the Rams and the Raiders relocated.
If the NFL puts a team in London, it would be the only American professional sports league to have a team based in Europe.
There has been talk that there could perhaps be a Super Bowl held in London. However, Goodell said Saturday that will likely only happen if there is a franchise in London because the Super Bowl is played in cities where the NFL has teams based.
"You are proving you are worthy of a franchise," Goodell told the European fans.
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