The Buffalo Bills will continue playing games at Toronto's Rogers Center thru at least the 2017 season.  The NFL has approved an extension of the agreement that calls for the Bills to play one regular season home game in Toronto each season.  The original agreement was set to run out at the end of this season.

One major difference in the extension is that the Bills will be getting a lot less than the $78-millon in the original five-year deal.  That's because the plan is to sell tickets to the Toronto series at a cheaper price.