Arizona Cardinals, Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns will all compete in London for the first time in 2017, while regulars Jacksonville Jaguars will also return.
The NFL has announced the full set of fixtures to be played in London next year, which includes debuts in the English capital for three different franchises.
Wembley Stadium and Twickenham Stadium will host two matches apiece, with
, Arizona Cardinals and Baltimore Ravens to compete in the UK for the first time. Cleveland Browns
The Ravens will face
at Wembley, while Jacksonville Jaguars take on the New Orleans Saints at the same venue in the first of the scheduled fixtures. Miami Dolphins
Twickenham will then welcome
and Cleveland Browns, with the Cardinals and Minnesota Vikings meeting in week eight to round things off in the 10th-year anniversary of the NFL's association with the United Kingdom. Los Angeles Rams
Cleveland Browns tipped for London move