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NFL’s games in Germany form key part of long-term fan development effort

National Football League executives Peter O’Reilly (l) and Alexander Steinforth. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

The National Football League will play a regular season game this fall in Munich, its first-ever such contest in Germany, part of a four-year set of games planned in the country, and representing a critical element of the league's international development efforts. US Editor Eric Fisher reports.

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