The Buffalo Bills and Rogers Media announced plans Tuesday to extend their relationship for another five years.
The agreement, which begins in 2013 and runs through 2017, will put the Bills in Rogers Centre in Toronto for at least six games, one regular season game each season, and one pre-season game in 2015.
"Rogers Media is committed to producing and delivering premium sports content and experiences for fans," said Rogers Media President Keith Pelley, in a statement. "We are ambassadors of the NFL and are continually assessing the market to bring that true NFL experience to Canadians."
Tickets will be reasonably priced, with more than 60 percent available for less than $100.
Scheduling of the games will be finalized by the National Football League.