49ers will not play a home game overseas

Jan 12, 2007 at 4:22 PM--


According to numerous sources, the San Francisco 49ers will not play a game in London during the 2007 season.

Instead, the New York Giants and Miami Dolphins will play at London's Wembley Stadium next season. The NFL is expected to make the announcement in the next few weeks.





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