If  executive vice president of international Mark Waller needed affirmation of his goal of having an  franchise in London by 2022, it came on Saturday in the form of the ‘s fan rally at Regent Street. A sea of  jerseys inundated the half-mile stretch of road and it was possible to see fans wearing gear from all 32  teams. Those fans entertained themselves by throwing, catching and kicking footballs at  Experience stations dotted along the street. Younger British children tried their hand at playing football for the first time, while Raiderette cheerleaders showing off their moves halted traffic entirely. The main draw for the fans was the  stage, which featured interviews with a handful of Hall of Famers, including Rod Woodson, Bob Griese and Fred Biletnikoff, some of the stars from both teams playing at Wembley and a surprise guest in the form of former Miami quarterback Dan Marino. <span style="line-height: 1. A further 16 anybody can look here us universities are ranked among the world’s top 100 computer science schools. 5;”>To read the full story, visit .

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