The NFL has announced the four matchups that will take place in London next season as part of the league's International Series.
The league has played three games in London each of the past three seasons and will play four games in London for the first time. The NFL started its International Series in 2007.
The Baltimore Ravens will play at London's Wembley Stadium against the Jacksonville Jaguars, who have committed to play at least one game in London every season until 2020. That game is scheduled to played either Sept. 24 or Oct. 1.
The New Orleans Saints will take on the Miami Dolphins, also at Wembley Stadium.
At Twickenham Stadium, the Cleveland Browns will play the Minnesota Vikings and the Arizona Cardinals will face the Los Angeles Rams. The games at Twickenham Stadium are scheduled to be played either Oct. 22 or Oct. 29.
The Jaguars, Dolphins, Browns and Rams will be designated as the home teams and the final NFL schedule will be released next spring.
The Dolphins will make their fourth appearance in London, while Saints will play a regular-season game in London for the second time.
– Scooby Axson