So the good news for the Eagles and their fans is that the team won't lose an opportunity to play at Lincoln Financial Field with their trip across the Atlantic Ocean.
The NFL is set to release their 2018 worldwide London schedule but leaks have already hit the internet.
Signed in 2015, the deal with the National Football League brought a £10million contribution towards the stadium and should provide at least £1million a year in shared ticket revenues from this season.
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According to NFL.com, by the end of the 2018 season, the NFL will have played 24 regular-season games in London, with 29 of 32 teams having participated.
This will be the Chargers' sixth game played overseas in franchise history and second to occur in the regular season. The farthest west the Dolphins will go is Houston, and their most distant game is at Minnesota.
There will be three consecutive weeks of matches in London. It will be a Chargers home game played in Week 7 or Week 8.
The Raiders playing a 2018 game in London was a terribly kept secret, one NBC Sports Bay Area's Greg Papa discussed months ago on The Happy Hour.
The game will take place on October 14 at English Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur's new stadium during Week 6.
NFL UK are set to announce ticketing details on January 18. Those interested in attending any of the games can go to www.ticketmaster.com/nfl for information.