Clark Hunt, the chairman of the Chiefs, remains hopeful that Kansas City’s decision to surrender its home-field advantage against the Detroit Lions on Nov. 1 to instead play in the game London will take care of an obligation under NFL rules that a team that plays host to a Super Bowl also host an overseas game.
Clark Hunt, the chairman of the Chiefs, remains hopeful that Kansas City’s decision to surrender its home-field advantage against the Detroit Lions on Nov. 1 to instead play in the game London will take care of an obligation under NFL rules that a team that plays host to a Super Bowl also host an overseas game. File photo by ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star
Clark Hunt, the chairman of the Chiefs, remains hopeful that Kansas City’s decision to surrender its home-field advantage against the Detroit Lions on Nov. 1 to instead play in the game London will take care of an obligation under NFL rules that a team that plays host to a Super Bowl also host an overseas game. File photo by ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star

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March 02, 2015 1:00 AM