It appears that NFL players and NFL owners finally agree on something: There should be a football team in London. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said in February that he's 'very much for it.'

Falcons owner Arthur Blank said in June that the league 'ought to have a team there.' The latest person to weigh in is Raiders running back Maurice Jones-Drew who told that he thinks London 'deserves' an NFL team.

"You know what? I think they deserve one," Jones-Drew said. "It's just the toll it takes on the body because it's so hard to fly across the pond. I think the fans deserve it and London deserves it because it is a great city."

MJD knows something about the toll a London trip can take on the body. The former Jaguars running back played in London in 2013 when Jacksonville played the 49ers. Jones-Drew says that before a London team happens, some transportation logistics will have to be figured out.

"My only worry is the toll it would take for a team to go back and forth and how would you get that done?" MJD said. "There are some things they would have to work on -- they might have to bring the Concorde back and cut that time in half. But you never know."