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2016 International Series

Wherever the NFL travels, Westwood One Sports will be there – including all four games taking place outside of the borders of the United States this season.

Our international coverage begins with the three contests taking place in London. First, we’ll bring you the Indianapolis Colts versus the Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley Stadium on October 2nd. Next up, it’s the NFL’s first game ever at Twickenham Stadium on October 23rd. In that one it’ll be East meets West in Southwest London as the New York Giants face the Los Angeles Rams at England’s national stadium for rugby. Finally, on October 30th, it’s back to Wembley as the Washington Redskins take on the Cincinnati Bengals. All three London contests will hit the air at 9am Eastern.

Finally, we will head to Mexico City with the league for Monday Night Football on November 21st as the Houston Texans and Oakland Raiders take the field at the Azteca Stadium. Coverage begins at our regular Monday Night Football air time of 7:45pm Eastern.

And of course, Westwood One is once again your home for every primetime and playoff game on the way to Super Bowl LI in Houston next February. CLICK HERE for the complete broadcast schedule. Coverage begins at the Hall of Fame Game on August 7th.

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