The NFL on Monday announced that there will be four games played in London next season, which will mark the first time that the league has held that many games in England.
The Los Angeles Rams will once again take part in that playing for their third time overseas since the league began doing so in 2007. They previously played the New England Patriots in the 2012 season, and the New York Giants earlier this year in Week 7 in a 17-10 loss. The Rams are expected to be the home team in the game that will occur on Oct. 22 or Oct.29 against the Arizona Cardinals at Twickenham Stadium.
The other games on the slate that will be played in London in 2017 will feature the Baltimore Ravens facing the Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley Stadium on either Sept. 24 or Oct. 1. The New Orleans Saints will take on the Miami Dolphins at Wembley Stadium as well on Sept. 24 or Oct. 1. Lastly, the Minnesota Vikings will face the Cleveland Browns at Twickenham Stadium on either Oct. 22 or Oct. 29.
The times and dates for these contests will be released once the league reveals the full 2017 season schedule next spring.