Tampa Bay Buccaneers Operator/Co-Chairman Joel Glazer, who has served on the NFL’s Global Committee given that 2007, is now assuming a much more distinguished position in that significant league endeavor. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has appointed Glazer as the chairman of the Global Committee, changing Kansas Metropolis Chiefs Chairman & CEO Clark Hunt, who is getting more than the direct of the league’s Finance Committee.
Glazer is also a member of that Finance Committee, as effectively as the league’s Media Committee. As chairman of the Finance Committee, Hunt replaces former Houston Texans Operator Bob McNair, who passed absent in November.
Glazer will chair an Global Committee that contains Hunt, Jeffrey Lurie (Philadelphia Eagles), George H. McCaskey (Chicago Bears), Art Rooney II (Pittsburgh Steelers), Stephen Ross (Miami Dolphins), Daniel Snyder (Washington Redskins) and John York (San Francisco 49ers).
As a member of the committee for the previous 12 several years, given that its inception, Glazer has aided the NFL extend its global reach significantly, specifically in London. The Global Series of game titles began with a single contest in London in 2007 but has given that expanded to a slate that will include things like five game titles in 2019, four in two London areas and a single in Mexico Metropolis. In all, 30 of the league’s 32 teams have performed a standard-season video game in the Global Series and there have been a total of 26 contests performed outside the United States.
Past Global Series game titles in London have been performed in historic Wembley and Twickenham Stadiums. Wembley Stadium will go on to host NFL game titles in 2019 but the collection will also extend to a new Tottenham Hotspurs Stadium this year as effectively. The NFL partnered with Tottenham to acquire a twin-activity stadium that will have the two an synthetic surface area for American soccer game titles and a retractable normal-grass area for soccer matches.