NFL to continue playing games in Mexico through 2021
Kirby Lee / USA TODAY Sports

The NFL and Mexico Ministry of Tourism have announced an agreement to continue playing regular-season games in Mexico through 2021, according to the league's vice president of football communications Michael Signora.

One game per season will be played in 2019, 2020, and 2021, adding to the current agreement that began last year and will see regular-season contests played this Sunday and next season in Mexico.

The Oakland Raiders and New England Patriots will play at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City on Sunday. The Raiders and Houston Texans played the first game of the agreement last season.

NFL to continue playing games in Mexico through 2021
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