Indianapolis is expected to bid on playing host to another Super Bowl, perhaps as early as this week, according to the Indianapolis Star.
The city was the host of Super Bowl XLVI in February, and received high praise for its downtown center that featured the NFL Experience, a zip line over one of the city's main streets and other fan experiences.
However, due to the smaller size of Indianapolis compared to other typical Super Bowl venues, Super Bowl XLVI reportedly still struggled to keep pace in revenue.
City and state leaders are scheduled to discuss the economical impact of Super Bowl XLVI on Wednesday, according to the Star.
The league owners are expected to vote on the next available Super Bowl, in 2016, this fall.