There will be no trip to London in 2015 for the Green Bay Packers.
The NFL on Thursday announced the three games for next season’s International Series and the Packers weren’t among them.
Packers team president Mark Murphy said the Packers were interested in playing at Wembley Stadium as long as they didn’t have to give up a game at Lambeau Field.
The three games in 2015 across the pond are: New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins in week 4, Buffalo Bills vs. Jacksonville Jaguars in week 7, and the Detroit Lions vs. Kansas City Chiefs in week 8. The Dolphins, Jaguars and Chiefs are all giving up home games.
Jacksonville has agreed to play one game in London each year from 2013 through 2016. The Packers are set to play a game at Jacksonville in 2016 and that could be a perfect opportunity for the NFL to get Green Bay to London.
The Packers would never agree to giving up a home game because according to a report, they bring an estimated $13.5-million in revenue into Green Bay.