The Jacksonville Jaguars and Dallas Cowboys face off at Wembley Stadium in London, England on Nov. 9 and both teams will adorn a poppy logo on their uniforms and helmets in honor of Remembrance Sunday. There will also be poppies all over the field and 80,000 of them will drop from the roof of the game.
"The NFL has a tremendous respect and admiration for the service given by the military, both in the US and UK," Alistair Kirkwood, managing director of NFL UK, told The Daily Mail.
The equipment, including uniforms, will be auctioned off after the game with proceeds going to Poppy Appeal, a foundation that assists the British Royal Forces, past and present, and their families.
Remembrance Day has been observed by England and it's commonwealth countries since World War I to remember those who have died in the line of duty. The poppy has been the symbol to commemorate soldiers who've died since 1920 and was inspired by the poem In Flanders Fields, which references red poppies that grew over the graves of fallen soldiers.