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NFL game in China not likely to happen; Germany, Canada still in play

NFL game in China not likely to happen; Germany, Canada still in play

It looks like the NFL’s plan to play a regular season game in China is probably going to be put on hold.The NFL executive vice president of international, Mark Waller, told MMQB.com this week that the game, which was tentatively planned for 2018, probably isn’t going to happen that soon.”I would say there’s a low likelihood of it happening,” Waller said.

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NFL power rankings: Broncos still sit at No. 2 entering Week 4

NFL power rankings: Broncos still sit at No. 2 entering Week 4

Have the Denver Broncos answered the quarterback question yet?Prior to the start of the season—and even during it—the Broncos’ “quarterback situation” is what nearly every analyst out there referred to.We knew that Trevor Siemian could beat the defending NFC champions and we knew that he could follow that feat with another strong performance.

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NFL games in London sell out every time and still lose money

NFL games in London sell out every time and still lose money

In the 10 years the National Football League has played in London, tickets for all but one of the 14 games have sold out, including seats for this season’s matches, which start Sunday with the Indianapolis Colts and the Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley Stadium.For all that popularity, the games are still losing money, said Mark Waller, the NFL’s head of international development.The productions are extraordinarily expensive, and the league has yet to make enough from British broadcast rights, ticket sales and sponsorships to offset the costs.

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