NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is going to announce that the Jacksonville Jaguars will play at least one international regular season game for four consecutive seasons starting in 2013. While the Jaguars are planning to play at least one of those games in London, not all of them could be there.
Pittsburgh Steelers owner Dan Rooney has mentioned in an interview with the BBC in June that Croke Park in Ireland, which is hosting this year's college football game between Navy and Notre Dame, is ready to host an NFL game there. In addition to that, the NFL has played a regular season game at Azteca Stadium in Mexico City back in 2005.
Obviously, new Jaguars owner Shad Khan wants to expand his team's brand internationally. Getting an opportunity to play games all of the world for four consecutive years could be a big step in that direction.