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Miami Dolphins returning to London in 2015

The Miami Dolphins are going back to London in 2015.

An NFL source has told The Miami Herald the Dolphins have been selected to once again be part of the growing number of games the league is playing at Wembley Stadium in London.

The date of the game and Miami's opponent has not yet been set. A report saying the Dolphins would be playing the Jacksonville Jaguars in London next year is not correct. Miami and the Jaguars are scheduled to play next year in Jacksonville but not in London and that game will not be moved.

The Dolphins are 1-1 in London.

In 2007 they lost to the New York Giants and this season they beat the Oakland Raiders.

It should come as no surprise the Dolphins might be making more trips to London. The NFL is hoping to expand the series that has already been widely popular.

The Dolphins are a popular team in the UK.

And as a team hoping to host Super Bowls, the Dolphins may have to accept more trips overseas as part of the priviledge of hosting the league's biggest game in Miami because the NFL has had internal discussions about making that part of the process.