Jaguars To Play 'International Games' From 2013 To 2016, According To Report

April 27, 2012; Jacksonville FL, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan speaks about first round draft pick Justin Blackmon (not pictured) during a press conference at EverBank Field. Mandatory Credit: Phil Sears-US PRESSWIRE

Jacksonville has been tabbed to play four NFL games in four years at international venues, according to a report.

The Jacksonville Jaguars are headed across the pond - according to early reports, an official announcement will be made Tuesday that the Jags will play international NFL games starting with the 2013 season and running for the next four years:

In recent years, "international" has basically meant London's Wembley Stadium, where five games have been played since 2007. However, Big Cat Country points out that the league could be interested in other venues, namely Croke Park in Dublin, Ireland (Navy and Notre Dame will play in Dublin's Aviva Stadium in two weeks to start the college football stadium). The NFL has also visited Mexico City, when Arizona defeated San Francisco in 2005.

The St. Louis Rams will "host" the New England Patriots on October 28 at Wembley.

For more on the Jacksonville Jaguars and International NFL games, be sure to visit Big Cat Country and SB Nation's NFL page.

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