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The Buffalo Bills and Rogers Media announced plans Tuesday to extend their relationship for another five years. The agreement, which begins in 2013 and runs through 2017, will put the Bills in Rogers Centre in Toronto for at least six games, one regular season game each season, and one pre-season game in 2015. "Rogers Media is committed to producing and delivering premium sports content and experiences for fans," said Rogers Media President Keith Pelley, in a statement. "We are ambassadors of the NFL and are continually assessing the market to bring that true NFL experience to Canadians." Tickets will be reasonably priced, with more than 60 percent available for less than $100. Scheduling of the games will be finalized by the National Football League.
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The Bills have a bad defense and an underachieving QB, what will they do this offseason.
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The Buffalo Bills will play one regular-season game a year at Toronto's Rogers Centre for the next five seasons.
The agreement between the team and Rogers Media includes one preseason game in 2015. Buffalo has won just one of its regular-season games in Toronto.
The existing five-year deal expired with the Seattle Seahawks' 50-17 romp over the Bills in December, but an...
The Buffalo Bills have extended their deal with Rogers Media through 2017. (Credit: wgrz.com)
It’s officially time for Buffalo Bills fans to warm up to the idea of football in Toronto. The Bills, in partnership with Rogers Media, announced Tuesday that the two parties have signed a five year extension to their deal that will see the Bills play regularly at the Rogers Centre in...
BY DAN BEGNOCHERogers Media and the Buffalo Bills organization inked a new deal on Tuesday that ensures the team will play at least one home game in Toronto for each of the next five years.Whether the groans of players and fans could be heard all the way across the border, however, has yet to be confirmed. (photo: Giovanni Variottinelli)Despite overwhelming disapproval from the...
The Buffalo Bills and Rogers Media announced a new agreement Tuesday that will keep Rogers Centre as the team's second home.
Buffalo will play one regular-season game at the home of the Toronto Blue Jays for the next five years, and the new contract also includes one preseason game in 2015.
The existing five-year deal -- which was worth $78 million -- expired when Seattle posted...
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What’s happenin’, kids? It’s been a while since I’ve said anything here. For a few weeks there I couldn’t even tolerate watching the team, much less sitting down to write about them. More recently, I’ve had the desire but not the means as my recently-purchased computer **** the bed and I’ve been without a way to put more...