The NFL is looking to get a little more emotional with its Sunday Night Football showdowns this season, and the league is looking at a host of upcoming stars.
The league is in the process of selecting a series of new stars for its Sunday night games that will be presented live to a studio audience for the first time, according to a league source.
The game will air live from Wembley Stadium in London, with all 22 regular-season games to be broadcast on television.
It will be broadcast in prime time.
The broadcast will air before the Monday Night Football telecast, which will be in time for the Super Bowl and beyond, the source said.
The NFL is in a new, more emotional place after the Superstorm Sandy disaster that affected the Superbowl.
Its been trying to find ways to make people more comfortable with a sport that is a part of their everyday lives.
The new Sunday night game will be an opportunity for NFL players to make the case for their team during a week in which they have played just three games.
The Sunday Night Games will be streamed live on NFL.com and NFL Network, with pregame showings and postgame shows airing on NBC and CBS.