The Bills will continue to play in Toronto’s Rogers Centre for five more years, according to John Kryk of the Toronto Sun.
The league’s international committee approved the deal on Tuesday at the owners meetings in Atlanta. Per Kryk, a final agreement has not yet been reached between the Bills and Rogers Media, but the two sides are “very close.”
A source told Kryk that one preseason game will probably be a part of the new contract, which will continue to include one regular-season game a year. The Bills’ current deal, which was a five-year, $78 million contract with Rogers, ends this season. The Bills play the Seahawks in Toronto on Dec. 16.
This new deal is reportedly less lucrative, which will lead to lower ticket prices.
The Bills beat the Redskins 23-0 in Toronto last year.