The Buffalo Bills will not play a preseason game in Toronto this summer because of a scheduling conflict at the Rogers Centre.

The Bills will still play a regular-season game at the Toronto venue during the 2012 campaign and is trying to extend the original five-year agreement to continue the series that first began in 2008.

"We are currently working with Rogers Communications to extend our agreement to play Bills games at Rogers Centre," said Bills CEO Russ Brandon in a statement announcing the team's ticket prices for 2012. "Our core goal is to continue to regionalize our franchise and continue our series in Toronto which has served us so well."

The Bills began playing games in Toronto in 2008, matching up against the Steelers in the preseason and the Dolphins during the regular season. The team has played a regular-season game at Rogers Centre each year since and also had one preseason game in the Canadian city in 2010.