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Chiefs' Clark Hunt doesn't regret giving up home game, expects to play internationally again some time

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The London game was a success for the Kansas City Chiefs -- because they won. Winning cures everything but there were plenty of fans who were upset about losing a home game to London, and rightfully so.

Chiefs owner Clark Hunt spoke to the media before the Chiefs laid a beat down on the Lions on Sunday and said that while the Chiefs could play another international game, it's not likely they'll be giving up another home game any time soon.

"I don't foresee us playing a home game in the near future," Hunt said from London, via quotes from the Chiefs. "It would be much more likely that we would play an away game before we would play another home game.

Hunt said that it is a possibility that they play in London as soon as next year, or at least some time in the next 3-4 years.

Asked if he regretted giving up a home game, Hunt said not at all.

"It's been a great experience for the organization," Hunt said. "I know we have fans who are disappointed that this game is not at Arrowhead today, and I understand that, but I think it was the right thing for us to do for the Chiefs and the National Football League."

The Chiefs got their home game out of the way, and they got a win. It seems like all is well again.

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