The NFL London in 2021 international series kicked off this weekend and the regular season returned to London after being interrupted due to the pandemic. Fans can buy NFL London Tickets and Falcons vs Jets Tickets from our website.

Until 2020, the capital has hosted at least one competition every year since 2007, during which time the competition’s popularity has grown exponentially on these coasts.

Efe Obada brilliant return to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium two years ago was the most memorable
Efe Obada brilliant return to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium two years ago was the most memorable

However, as players and coaches, the British also feel their presence on the other side of the Atlantic.

These are the four most famous Britons in the NFL London in 2021.

Efe Obada

Buffalo Bills, Defensive End

Obada grew up in London at the age of 10. He has become the most famous Englishman in the NFL in recent seasons through the International Players Channel. His brilliant return to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium two years ago was the most memorable in the history of the iconic moments. The history of the international series.

Jamie Gillan

Cleveland Browns, punter

Nicknamed “Scottish Hammer,” Gillan has competed in every game for the Browns since the start of the 2019 rookie season and entered the playoffs last year.

His mistake allowed the team to beat the Chiefs in the first week, but in the three wins after that, Gillan and Cleveland seemed destined to return to the playoffs.

Aden Durde

Dallas Cowboys, defensive coach

The Former head of NFL UK football development helped cultivate talents such as Obada
The former head of NFL UK football development helped cultivate talents such as Obada

Durde’s star is very eye-catching. The former head of NFL UK football development helped cultivate talents such as Obada, he broke through in the Atlanta Falcons league, then followed current Cowboys defensive coordinator Dan Quinn to Dallas where he became. He became a popular character, winning his cameo appearance in the pre-season documentary series “Hard Knocks” and was sought after by some ardent followers.

Jermaine Eluemunor

Las Vegas Raiders, offensive line

The 26-year-old grew up on Chalk Farm and attributed his love of the sport to watch the Dolphins vs. Giants at Wembley Stadium in 2007.

An ankle injury-shortened Eluemunor’s 2020 season (he was the Patriots’ starter in the first few weeks), and after a tumultuous summer, he signed with the Dolphins and Jaguars before being released. He was in Vegas. The Raiders finished this year and had an excellent start.

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