While the news came less than two weeks ago that professional sports teams could begin training in New York State, that appears like it won't happen at a familiar training site for the Buffalo Bills this summer.

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According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the NFL has told all 32 of its teams to hold their training camps at their own facilities this summer.

This means that the Bills will not be traveling for training camp at St. John Fisher in Rochester this August. Instead, they will stay in Orchard Park.

There is also a report from ESPN's Jeremy Fowler that says the league is optimistic about holding training camps in full but won't be surprised to see dates moved around, including a shortened preseason.

Driving out to St. John Fisher is a fun experience and it'll be sad that won't happen this summer but understandable that the league is taking this step for added safety.

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