Jets-Vikings start U.K. slate; Jags play 2 overseas

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The New York Jets and Minnesota Vikings will play the first game of three straight NFL weeks in London, with the Jacksonville Jaguars set to play back-to-back games in the United Kingdom for the second straight year.

The NFL announced its international game matchups Wednesday morning ahead of the full schedule release at 8 p.m. ET.

Along with Jets-Vikings on Oct. 6, the Chicago Bears will face the Jaguars on Oct. 13 before Jacksonville plays the New England Patriots on Oct. 20.

Germany will host one NFL game in 2024, as the Carolina Panthers and New York Giants will play in Munich on Nov. 10.

The four games announced Wednesday join the Week 1 game in São Paulo, Brazil, between the Philadelphia Eagles and Green Bay Packers that will be played Friday, Sept. 6.

A two-hour special for the full 2024 schedule will air on ESPN2 on Wednesday night and be simulcast on ESPN+.

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