Cowboys expected to be among bidders to host Super Bowl L

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is expected to be among the bidders to do it again by pursuing Super Bowl L in 2016, NFL Network's Albert Breer reported Monday.

It would be the second championship game at the new Cowboys Stadium, which hosted Super Bowl XLV last year.

Jones recently told the SportsBusiness Journal, per ProFootballTalk.com, that he "absolutely" would bid for the Super Bowl L. According to the Journal, other candidates could include New Orleans, Tampa and Santa Clara (site of the new San Francisco 49ers stadium). The newspaper also considered Miami, Indianapolis and Los Angeles long-shot possibilities.

The next three Super Bowls will be held in New Orleans, New York/New Jersey and Arizona, respectively.

Super Bowl sites are typically awarded during May.

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