So, the NFL and Tottenham Hotspur have reached an agreement which will see at least two regular season games taking place at Spurs' new ground from 2018.
More fuel to the 'London will have an NFL franchise' debate. A debate that I'm already sick of hearing and reading about.
I'm still of the opinion there will never be a London-based team in the NFL. However, I have to admit the news of Spurs and the NFL signing on the dotted line in a ten-year partnership could be seen as a step in that direction.
I don't fancy the chances of Wembley Stadium hosting any games beyond 2018 despite the NFL spokespeople showing optimism that those games will continue. They're only saying that because they still have to work alongside Wembley in the meantime.