The Giants have been rumored to be a strong candidate to play overseas, while Miami was officially chosen as one of six clubs to host the European match-up, which will be held in London's Wembley Stadium.
Obviously dates and times for the upcoming season are not released until late March/early April. But it appears Giants fans had better start saving up for the road game of their lives. If this contest unfolds, as expected, this will be only the second international regular season game approved by the NFL, the first being in 2005 when the Arizona Cardinals and San Francisco 49ers played a game that mattered in Mexico City.
Giants fans might also recall when Big Blue and the Chargers played an exhibition game in Berlin, Germany before the 1994 season.
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