Argos sign deal to stay at Rogers Centre

Argonauts cornerback Pacino Horne celebrates an interception returned for a touchdown against the...

Argonauts cornerback Pacino Horne celebrates an interception returned for a touchdown against the Stampeders during the Grey Cup game at the Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ont., Nov. 25, 2012. (MICHAEL PEAKE/Toronto Sun)

Frank Zicarelli, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 3:54 PM ET

TORONTO - The worst-kept secret in Toronto sports was confirmed on Friday when the Jays and Argos announced an arrangement that will see the CFL club play at Rogers Centre for the foreseeable future.

The rub is that there is no future for football at Rogers Centre, save for any playoff game and the occasional Grey Cup, because the Argos need to find a home more conducive to football and more fan-friendly when it comes to dates.

Another outstanding issue remains David Braley's ownership of the team, one of two under his guidance, in a league that will next year welcome back Ottawa as its ninth franchise.


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