Atlanta, GA (Sports Network) - The NFL's International Committee approved a
five-year extension that allows the Bills to continue playing games in
"The International Committee's decision to approve the continuation of our
games in Toronto is a crucial step in our ongoing efforts to regionalize our
franchise," Bills CEO Russ Brandon said in a statement. "As we have stated on
many occasions, the regionalization process remains vital to keeping our
franchise strong in Western New York. We are continuing our discussions with
Rogers Communications on a new deal and remain optimistic that we can come to
an agreement in the near future."
The Bills and Rogers Commuinications are still negotiating a new agreement to
extend the series.
The Bills played their first game in Toronto in 2008 and will play their fifth
game on December 16 against the Seattle Seahawks.
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