Browns could play in London in 2014

The Cleveland Browns could be playing in London next season.
The NFL announced on Tuesday three London games for 2014, with the Jacksonville Jaguars, Atlanta Falcons and Oakland Raiders named as hosts.
The pre-determined portion of the 2014 schedule has the Browns playing road games vs. Jacksonville and Atlanta. 
Exact dates for all games, including the London games, won’t be announced until after this season. It’s unlikely the NFL would play division games in London, meaning there’s at worst a one in four chance the Browns would be selected as the London opponent for the Jaguars or Falcons. The Steelers also play both on the road and likely wouldn’t be selected for a London game in consecutive years. 
Teams that go to London play night games at Wembley Stadium — a 1 p.m. Eastern Time kickoff — and then have their usual bye the following week.