The Toronto Bills have the NFL's blessing. The National Football League has reached an agreement with the Buffalo Bills that will allow them to play eight games in Toronto over the next five years, starting in 2008.
We won't be able to just buy a couple of tickets to a Toronto Bills game. First crack goes to Argos and Ticats season-ticket holders, then Bills season-ticket holders. The average price would reportedly be $250 a game and fans will have to purchase all eight tickets and pay for them upfront.
In a perfect world the Bills would come to Toronto and change their name to the Argonauts and the Classic Argos would continue to play in the CFL.