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Bills-Jaguars 2015 game in London will be stream-only outside of local markets

Bills and Jaguars fans will be able to catch their teams playing in London on TV in local markets next fall, but everywhere else will have to watch it digitally.

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Last month, a report from the Sports Business Journal indicated that the NFL was looking closely at next season's Buffalo Bills versus Jacksonville Jaguars game in London as a possibility for the league's first game to ever be live-streamed via a digital provider.

Though that digital provider has not yet been chosen, word is emerging from the owners' meetings in Arizona that the Bills-Jaguars game will, indeed, be the one that is streamed. If you're worried about not seeing it on television, however, fear not: the Western New York and Jacksonville markets will still be able to watch the game on their usual channels (though NFL Sunday Ticket customers will need to use the digital provider).

The Bills will play a road game against the "host" Jaguars at Wembley Stadium in London on October 25, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. ET.