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 a 50-17 win over Buffalo on Dec. 16. But an extension had long been expected despite lingering attendance problems. Only 40,770 fans attended the Seahawks' win, far short of a sellout. Some 53,000 fans had been expected.
It was not a good day for the Bills, all around. With 5:20 left in the game, fans in one end zone began chanting ''Let's Go Blue Jays!'' Of course, it was fine by Seattle, which rolled to its third of what would be six consecutive wins.
''This was exciting for us,'' Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said at the time. ''We looked at it like a little bit of a bowl-game situation.''
There was a ...