CBS' "60 Minutes" has announced they will feature Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan on Sunday, October 28 to profile his journey from Pakistan to America and how he got to being the owner of an NFL franchise.
Some features the story will focus on:
- Khan's first visit back as an NFL owner to his native land of Lahore, Pakistan, where he visits his mom and brother in the same family home of his childhood, as well as the local cricket stadium and various other locales of significance.
- Time spent in Champaign-Urbana, the Illinois community that is home to Khan's beloved University of Illinois and the world headquarters of Flex-N-Gate, the 14th largest North American automotive supplier which employs nearly 13,000 people at 48 manufacturing and nine product development and engineering facilities throughout Canada, the United States, Mexico, Argentina and Spain.
- Khan with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and local leaders on the day the Jaguars announced a commitment to play four home games in London starting next season to grow the profile of the team and the Jacksonville business and tourism communities.
- Khan's milestone first regular season home game as an NFL owner, with footage of meet-and-greets with tailgating fans and guests in his suite during the game.