Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones won’t completely dismiss the idea that his team could play a game in London sometime in the future.
Roger Goodell and co. have been actively trying to build a fan base across the pond for some time now. The 2013 NFL schedule contains two London games--the Steelers hosted the Vikings at Wembley a couple weeks ago and the Jaguars will face the 49ers there on October 27--and the 2014 schedule will have three.
Jones told 105.3-FM The Fan on Wednesday that there's a chance Dallas could get in on the action--if, and only if, it were listed on the schedule as a road game.
“We would never play a home game in London, at all,” Jones said, via the Dallas Morning News. “All of our home games are too important to us. You have to have a situation where somebody’s willing to be the home team, which gives up a game at their home. ... That’s possible.”
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