Wembley Stadium may not be the only venue in London hosting NFL games in 2015. (Nicky Hayes/Getty Images)
The NFL played one game in London from 2007-12, then played two last season. This year, it'll be three.
And in 2015, it could be four.
The league is expected to discuss the possibility of four games in London at the owners meetings in Orlando this week, according to Albert Breer of NFL Network.
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There won't be a formal vote on the measure, according to Breer, but the NFL has reportedly been pleased with the results of the eight games held thus far at Wembley Stadium.
Some believe London could get its own franchise in the future.
The NFL could also opt to create a package of games overseas to air on Sunday mornings in the U.S., and be sold separately to the league's TV partners, according to Pro Football Talk.
One of the three games this year, Falcons-Lions in Week 8, will kick off at 9:30 a.m. ET. The other two — Raiders-Dolphins in Week 4 and Cowboys-Jaguars in Week 10 — will start at the usual 1 p.m. ET.
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