The NFL will return to Wembley for the first time in three years this autumn in a significant financial boost to the FA.
Florida franchise Jacksonville Jaguars had already agreed to bring one of their eight “home” games to London as part of their 2022 campaign.
The Daily Mail report that the move could put as much as £2 million into the FA’s coffers through tickets and hospitality, while Jaguars owner is also thought to be in advanced talks with the FA over a fresh deal that would see his team revive their annual London appearance.
The Jaguars previously played one fixture per season at Wembley between 2013 and 2019 as part of a previous multi-year contract.
As well as the Jaguars, the NFL have now confirmed the other three teams that will compete in London this year.
Joining Jacksonville Jaguars on their trip to the UK is Green Bay Packers and New Orlean Saints.
Both teams will be competing at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, with the Packers set for their first International Series game - becoming the 32nd NFL team to play in London since 2007.
The NFL are yet to reveal the dates or opposition of each three teams.
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