The Miami Dolphins' 2024 regular season schedule will not include another international game. That became official when NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced Monday at the Super Bowl in Las Vegas that the Philadelphia Eagles would be the host team for the first-ever regular season game in Brazil. That game will be scheduled for the Friday night of opening week, most precisely Friday, Sept. 7. The Dolphins are not scheduled to face the Eagles in 2024, so they will not be involved in that game. It once was believed the Dolphins might be strong contenders for that game because they're the one NFL team that has been assigned marketing rights in Brazil. The Dolphins also are not scheduled to face any of the other teams that have been assigned as home teams for the games in Europe. The Chicago Bears and Minnesota Vikings each will be the home team for a game at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London; the Jacksonville Jaguars will return to Wembley Stadium as part of their multi-year commitment to playing a game in the U.K.; and the Carolina Panthers will be the home team at Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany.