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Baltimore Ravens under consideration for London game in 2017
10:52 AM, Nov 30, 2016
Baltimore is one of eight NFL teams who haven't played in the NFL's International Series yet. That could change next year.
The team is under consideration to play in London in 2017.
The game would be against the Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley Stadium and the Ravens would be the road team.
This would be the Ravens' first game outside of the United States in franchise history.
The Ravens are already facing the Jaguars in a road game in 2017. They just didn't know the date and now the location might move overseas.
The Jaguars are under contract to play at least one home game in London per year through 2020.
The NFL started the International series back in 2007. Baltimore is one of eight NFL teams that hasn't participated. The others are the Cleveland Browns, Arizona Cardinals, Philadelphia Eagles, Green Bay Packers, Carolina Panthers, Seattle Seahawks and Tennessee Titans.