Fans Will Be Able To Stream Ravens' London Game

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Watching the Ravens take on the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 3 just got even easier – despite the game being played 3,628 miles away.

The Wall Street Journal reported this week that Verizon has struck an exclusive deal with the NFL to live stream the Sept. 24 game from London's Wembley Stadium, which kicks off at 9:30 a.m. in Baltimore.

Fans can now watch the game from their smart phone. It will be streamed across all of Verizon's platforms, including AOL, Fios, go90 and Complex. It will also be available on the NFL Mobile app to Verizon Wireless customers, and the NFL app on Xbox One and Windows 10.

TV access will still be offered through an over-the-air broadcast in the Baltimore and Jacksonville local markets, as well as on Sky Sports in the U.K.

Amazon will stream 10 Thursday Night Football games this season, including the Ravens' Week 8 game against the Miami Dolphins on Oct. 26 at M&T Bank Stadium.

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