Buffalo Bills extend Toronto series

The Bills will continue their Toronto series of games for the next five years. (Craig Robertson/QMI...

The Bills will continue their Toronto series of games for the next five years. (Craig Robertson/QMI Agency/Files)

IAN SHANTZ, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 9:38 PM ET

TORONTO - This ought to pay the Bills.

A long-rumoured deal was made official Tuesday as the Buffalo Bills and Rogers Media have agreed to extend a partnership that will see NFL games played in Toronto for another five years.

Though the sides aren't disclosing financial figures attached to what is called the Bills in Toronto series, the original five-year deal, which expired in 2012, garnered the western New York franchise $78 million for five regular-season games and two pre-season games.

According to earlier reports by QMI Agency, the current deal could be worth "significantly" less than the previous cash cow, which earned the club in excess of $11 million per game at the Rogers Centre, more than double what is generated at Ralph Wilson Stadium, the team's home in Orchard Park, N.Y.


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