"You're already hosting the Premier League, and we believe we're the premier sport in the world," Kraft said. "I think London has shown, with the way they've handled the Olympics and every other major sporting event, that it's time for you to have your own NFL franchise, based in London."
"As these things develop and there's a permanent home team now, I'm sure they'll develop a great following," Kraft said. "Whatever we can do to cultivate playing football throughout the world. ... We've been discussing that the NFL, I don't know if we've done as good a job as we could educating the rest of the world on what a great game it is."
The NBA has done a much better job marketing the game of basketball throughout the world, which has been helped by the Olympics and overseas leagues. We're not sure if the logistics are feasible at the moment. One day, maybe. But we can't hate on Kraft's optimism, though.