While most of the league is only concerned with getting to Minnesota at the end of the year, the NFL is reportedly making a huge decision on a future Super Bowl site. The spring meeting for the NFL took place in Chicago and it looks like a Super Bowl four years down the road might be getting a venue change:
Los Angeles is likely seeing a move because the stadium expected to be built there has been delayed until 2020. Apparently that is cutting it too close for everyone deciding on the move and it sounds like the venue will be one that’s been used before and has proven to be a good host city.
Tampa has hosted four Super Bowls before and the College Football Playoff championship game this past year. Raymond James Stadium can expand to hold 75,000 people so it’s a good-sized stadium and the warm weather in south Florida will attract even more people to hang out for the week before the big event.