BUFFALO, NY (WKBW) - The Buffalo Bills are in Toronto Sunday as part of the deal with Canadian communications giant Rogers Communications.
Company officials are denying recent reports that say they are hoping to host more regular season games north of the border.
Company Vice Chairman Phil Lind told Eyewitness News Friday that there has been no discussion of adding to the number of games the Bills play in Toronto.
Lind did say that his company's partnership with the Bills is something they are committed to long term, however.
Currently, Rogers Communications is in the third year of a five year deal that has the Bills playing one pre-season and one regular season game at the Rogers Centre in Toronto through 2012.