"The Bills will be playing on this property for 83 years", Buffalo Bills owner Terry Pegula announced this morning in front of an invite-only crowd of about 300 people. The announcement came during the groundbreaking ceremony of the new Bills stadium coming in time for the 2026 season.

Pegula spoke in front of high-profile partners and leaders including NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Governor Kathy Hochul, Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown and more to announce that when the Buffalo Bills move across the street, Highmark of Western New York will continue to have a partnership with the Bills. Pegula mentioned that the Buffalo Bills have been on the same property for 50 years and they will, be playing there for at least, 86 years (another 33 years).

"Ralph--we are moving across the street," he said to Mary Wilson, the wife of the late Ralph Wilson. Terry also told Mary not to cry because it was going to make him cry.

Terry is one of the most genuine people, let alone business owners in the United States.

"There are other heroes that deserve to be mentioned". Terry Pegula broke down by saying the names of the victims of the 2022 May TOPS shooting. He went on to shout-out his wife. She was not in the audience.

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