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Bills sign new lease to stay in Buffalo into 2020s

10-year deal includes $130 million for stadium improvements

Erie County County Executive Mark Poloncarz, left, and New York Lt. Gov. Robert Duffy, right, listen as Buffalo Bills CEO Russ Brandon addresses a news conference Friday announcing details of a 10-year lease to keep the NFL football team in Orchard Park.
Erie County County Executive Mark Poloncarz, left, and New York Lt. Gov. Robert Duffy, right, listen as Buffalo Bills CEO Russ Brandon addresses a news conference Friday announcing details of a 10-year lease to keep the NFL football team in Orchard Park.
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The Buffalo Bills aren’t going anywhere any time soon, and the team’s CEO, Russ Brandon, guaranteed it Friday. “Guaranteed,” Brandon said at a hastily called news conference announcing the Bills had agreed to a new, 10-year lease with the state and county to continue playing at Ralph Wilson Stadium. “This is a monumental day for us,” he added. “The Buffalo Bills are right here in western New York, where we’re going to be for many ...


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