NFL announces 2019 matchups in London, Mexico City

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The schedule for the NFL games in London and Mexico City were released Monday.

The Panthers will take on NFC South rival Buccaneers, the Bears will face the Raiders, the Bengals will host the Rams and the Texans will face their AFC South foe Jaguars in either Wembley Stadium and Tottenham Hotspur’s new stadium.

Mexico City will have another chance to host the Chargers and the Chiefs after poor field conditions at Estadio Azteca this season saw the game moved back to the U.S.

It will mark the first time the AFC West rival Chiefs and Chargers have been to Mexico for a game.

The Panthers and Texans have never been across the pond for a game, but the Buccaneers, Bears, Jaguars, Raiders, Rams and Bengals have played in London.

The Jaguars — owned by Shad Khan, who also owns Fulham FC of the English Premier League — especially are used to international play. This will mark the seventh year in a row the Jags have played in London.

Dates, times and locations for the international games will be announced in the spring when the full NFL schedule is released.