The logo includes four yellow lightning bolts shaped like a bull's head, and it's clear that San Antonio is more than ready to welcome an NFL team. A recent study has named the city as the best in Texas for green spaces, surpassing Austin. With the support of vodka queen Tito's and DIY guru Martha Stewart, the Dry January campaign has been gaining traction. Kendall County Sheriff's son is set to testify in Kendall Batchelor's intoxication homicide trial, while a Texas woman was kidnapped after meeting with a man she connected with on the dating app Bumble.
The Texas House of Representatives Democrats have come into session with bipartisan hopes and a new leader who is prepared to fight. The Texas Senate will be banning reporters from entering the chamber, and Texans have been helping plan, encourage and carry out January 6th events. If the Jaguars franchise had been awarded to San Antonio instead of Jacksonville in 1993, it's likely that the team would not be suffering from its current assistance and support problems. San Antonio has grown tremendously since the early 1990s, while Jacksonville hasn't grown as much during the same period. This is an excellent forecast for a potential NFL owner or an NFL expansion committee considering placing a team in San Antonio. The San Antonio area would be very profitable as a revenue-generating television market compared to places like Buffalo, Jacksonville, Nashville, New Orleans or Kansas City.
A centrally located NFL or MLB franchise could turn to this region and be very successful in doing so. San Antonio has been one of the most prosperous and economically resilient cities in the country for the past 15 years, and this trend has continued during the most recent recession. In conclusion, it's clear that San Antonio is more than ready to welcome an NFL team. With its growing population, strong economy and excellent location, it would be an ideal place for an NFL or MLB franchise. It's only a matter of time before we see a professional football team in San Antonio.