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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The Super Bowl could be returning to South Florida on a much more consistent basis.

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The NFL is considering a rotating list of hosts for the Super Bowl, according to a report on Pro Football Talk.

The rotation would be between Miami, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and either Arizona or New Orleans.

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If put into effect, the rotation would begin in 2025.

Miami is already set to host Super Bowl LIV in 2020.

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Rodney Barretto, head of the South Florida Super Bowl Host Committee, told CBS4’s Jim Berry he’d be thrilled if the rotation idea becomes reality.