The Toronto Bills?


Published: March 13, 2009


... as the CFL’s Toronto Argonauts co-owners, David Cynamon and Howard Sokolowski, floated the idea of a CFL consortium in purchasing the team.


The Toronto series already started last season for Buffalo.

The league has agreed to let the Buffalo Bills franchise play two games a season in Toronto.

Empire State Development, the corporation that controls the subsidiary that administers the Bills' lease at Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park, N.Y., gave the go-ahead, last year, for the team's proposed plan to play games in Toronto.

The plan calls for the Bills to play one pre-season game and one regular-season game a year at the Rogers Centre, home of the MLB Toronto Blue Jays. It is believed that more than 15,000 Canadians already cross the border to attend each Bills game.

"Playing these games in Toronto will provide an opportunity for the Bills to...

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