Wednesday March 25th, 2015

Buffalo Bills owner Terry Pegula says he's not opposed to an NFL franchise potentially moving to Toronto, the Toronto Sun reported

“I don’t think I would have a problem with it if they could support the team,” Pegula told the Sun at the NFL's offseason meetings in Phoenix this week.

“It’s a big enough market. I don’t know how that works with the CFL, though.”

The Bills have recently played several regular-season games in Toronto and have traditionally drawn fans from Canada's largest city. 

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​Pegula has repeatedly emphasized that he plans to keep the Bills in Buffalo. Before Pegula bought the team, Buffalo was widely considered a candidate for relocation to Toronto. 

The Bills, who recently hired former New York Jets coach Rex Ryan, went 9-7 last season but failed to make the postseason. Buffalo has not been to the playoffs since the 1999 season, the longest postseason drought in the league. 

- Will Green

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