Travel would be a nightmare! Its bad enough to screw up teams by sending them over there as it is. GoHawks.info says: Oct 2, 2013 7:38 AM When the dollars start to flow from the European market the NFLPA will quickly change their stance. The merchandise sales and TV deals will add substantial dollars to the total revenue, thereby leading to additional raises for the players. The League will, in turn, make a concession for international players. They will get an extra $75-100k a year outside normal compensation and not included in the cap for the nuisance of spending eight weeks a year in England. The team will almost certainly have a base in the US for the purpose of training camp and to practice out of while they are on extended US road trips. But way to flex your muscle, NFLPA. exboomer says: Oct 2, 2013 7:48 AM If there is a full time team in London I think it will be a failure. The players AND a large percentage of fans dont want a full time team there. See NFL Europe as an example of what could happen.
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