The Buffalo Bills are expected to continue to play an annual game in Toronto under an agreement approved at today’s league meeting.
Albert Breer of NFL Network reports that the agreement is for a five-year extension that runs through the 2017 season. The deal is expected to be finalized in negotiations between the Bills and the owners of the Rogers Centre in Toronto.
The Bills’ current deal to play in Toronto each year expires after the 2012 season, and Bills owner Ralph Wilson has been negotiating with Rogers Communications about renewing the Bills’ annual series of games north of the border. Wilson said late last year that he also expected to reduce ticket prices for the Toronto games going forward.
This year the Bills host the Seahawks at the Rogers Centre on December 16.