The 2017 NFL International Series has been announced by the league and it features four games in London at Wembley Stadium and Twickenham Stadium.
The Jacksonville Jaguars will host the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, Sept. 24 (Week 3). The game will be played at Wembley Stadium.
On Sunday, Oct. 1 (Week 4), the Miami Dolphins will host the New Orleans Saints at Wembley Stadium.
The Cleveland Browns will host the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, Oct. 22 (Week 7) or Sunday, Oct. 29 (Week 8) at Twickenham Stadium.
The fourth and final 2017 International Series game will be played on Sunday, Oct. 22 (Week 7) or Sunday, Oct. 29 (Week 8) at Twickenham Stadium. The Los Angeles Rams will play host to the Arizona Cardinals.
Jacksonville will be playing in their fifth consecutive game in London and have agreed to play there through 2020. The Jaguars’ opponent, Baltimore, will be making their first appearance.
Also making their first appearance in London are the Arizona Cardinals and the Cleveland Browns.
Miami will be playing in their fourth regular-season game in London and their opponent, New Orleans, will be making their second appearance.
Kickoff times and television coverage for the 2017 International Series “…will be finalized in conjunction with the revealing of the full 2017 NFL schedule next spring.”