How the NFL pulled off the first international regular-season game

Long before the NFL staged regular-season games outside of the United States, it dipped its toes into international waters in what it called “The American Bowl.”

From 1986-2005, the league played 40 preseason games under the American Bowl banner, with matchups as close as Montreal and Mexico City to as far away as Tokyo and London. Those games didn’t matter in the standings but they meant plenty to a league that was trying to expand its global reach.

After all that experimentation, the NFL…

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