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The Ravens will find out Tuesday whether they'll play in London in 2017

The Ravens will soon find out whether they'll be playing in London next season. The NFL announced Friday that they're adding a fourth game to their 2017 London Series and they'll name the participants in the matchups Tuesday at 8 a.m. Eastern Time on Facebook Live.

The Ravens confirmed last month that they've been informed by the league that they are a candidate to play the Jacksonville Jaguars in London next season. The Ravens are one of eight teams who have yet to play in the International Series.

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The Ravens have been informed that they are under consideration to play a road game against the Jacksonville Jaguars in London next season.

Jacksonville is in the middle of an agreement with Wembley Stadium to play one home game there every season through 2020. Given that the Ravens have yet to play in London and they have a road matchup with the Jaguars on their 2017 schedule, the Ravens are a logical opponent.

New England has not defeated a team as good as the Ravens. The Ravens haven’t beaten anyone on the Pats’ level. Someone will get a signature win Monday night.

That the NFL has decided to play four games in London for the first time, rather than the normal three, only adds to the likelihood that the Ravens will be one of the teams selected. However, they'll have to be the away team in any matchup as the Ravens' deal with the Maryland Stadium Authority prevents them from playing a home game outside M&T Bank Stadium.

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