If you thought the Buffalo Bills were thinking about building a new stadium, their latest purchase doesn't point that it's a priority to move, at least for now. The Buffalo Bills bought the piece of land next to Ralph Wilson Stadium to utilize for a brand new grass practice field as they get ready for the upcoming season.

That doesn't mean they will never move, but the Bills are certainly not slowing down on spending money for upgrades and renovations.

Russ Brandon said,

The building has great bones, it has great sight lines, and it has great tailgating. Do we have the bells and whistles of all the new facilities that are on line today? No. But one of the things is that we’re a volume business. We have a lot of suites, we have a lot of club seats, we have a lot of seats in the building. Everything that we do is affordable. But at the same time, part of adding additional suites and additional club seats at our price points was to stay in line with the new NFL at the time, going all the way back to 1999.

Obviously, you always have great respect for what your (league) partners” want, “but we have to focus on what makes sense for us, what makes sense for our community, for our business partners", according to the Buffalo News.

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