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The Baltimore Ravens 2017 regular season schedule was released Thursday. The Ravens will play four primetime games, three of which are at home, including the a Monday night game at M&T Bank Stadium for the first time in five years.
Three of the season's first four games are against division opponents. Baltimore opens the season in Cincinnati, then hosts Cleveland in the home opener the following week.
For the first time, the Ravens will travel across the pond to compete at Wembley Stadium against the Jaguars on Sept. 24.
After returning home, the Ravens host the Steelers at M&T Bank Stadium.
Four of the next six games will be on the road including stops in Oakland, Minnesota and Lambeau.
On Nov. 27 the Houston Texans will come to Charm City for Monday Night Football.
This season's four primetime games are the team's most since 2012. The Ravens will face six 2016 playoff teams: Steelers, Dolphins, Raiders, Texans, Lions and Packers.
After playing on the road on both Christmas Day and New Year's Day, the ravens will "home for the holidays." Under head coach John Harbaugh, the Ravens are 54-18 at M&T Bank Stadium. During the Harbaugh era, the Ravens have earned six playoff births and produced the NFL's fourth-most total victories (95).