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Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Sunday that the league should get rid.
Carroll spoke with ESPN’s Peter King about how the league’s rules are causing chaos, and he also talked about his desire to play in London.
He said he believes the league needs to “get rid of dumb rules” in the wake of the Super Bowl.
Carroll told King he believes it’s possible for the NFL to play football at London’s Wembley Stadium, but only if there’s a dedicated stadium.
Carroll said he’d like to see the league play in the U.K. if it had a dedicated facility.
“We should have a dedicated soccer stadium there,” Carroll said.
“If we could get a stadium built right here in the United Kingdom, I think it would make the world a better place.”
Carroll also spoke about how he sees the NFL getting better.
“The league is the best in the world, and I believe that,” Carroll told KING 5.
“I think we’re going to see a lot of improvements.
The way I look at it is, when you have the best, the smartest, the most skilled players in the game, they’re going go out and play and make the greatest plays in the sport.
So the league is going to continue to be a great game.”