Paul Hicks III, executive vice president of communications and government relations for the National Football League, tells Hearst Connecticut Newspapers that the proposition of London hosting a future Super Bowl is not out of the question.
“It’s possible, but there’s so many cities in the U.S. that are qualified, that have the proper facilies and that have a fanbase,” Hicks said. “It would really take a pretty serious effort to do that. It’s possible. I wouldn’t say it’s likely, but it’s possible.”
A one-time aide to Lowell Weicker Jr. and chief of staff of the late Congressman Stewart McKinney, Hicks served as a selectman of Greenwich from 1987 to 1991.
The longtime town resident shared his insights on the state of the NFL during an extended interview Tuesday at his Park Avenue office.
You can read the full interview on Super Bowl Sunday in Hearst Connecticut Newspapers.