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  1. Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz said he wasn’t referring to the Bills home stadium as New Era Field any longer, after the company laid off 117 local workers as soon as the federal Paycheck Protection Program ended. The company took between between $5 million and $10 million in a PPP loan, but the layoffs came quickly [more] View the full article
  2. The Buffalo BIlls hired Jason Sinnarajah as their new Senior Vice President of Business Administration. The hiring of Sinnarajah was paired with the hire of Mike McFarlane to serve as Senior Vice President of Finance and Administration to oversee the Buffalo Sabres, which is also owned by Pegula Sports and Entertainment. “Terry and I would [more] View the full article
  3. As Major League Baseball attempts to start a shortened season during the pandemic, almost a dozen players have opted not to play. Mike Leake, Ryan Zimmerman, David Price and Felix Hernandez are among those who won’t play this season. It has presented a question about whether some NFL players will do the same come time [more] View the full article
  4. There seems to be a sense of frustration among some coaches and General Managers, regarding what policies they’ll be implementing when the league returns to work for training camps later this month. That doesn’t stop on the field, either. In this week’s Football Morning In America column, Bills co-owner Kim Pegula titled one entire section: [more] View the full article
  5. If the season started today, the Bills would have to play in front of an empty stadium, with no tailgaters. (Also, a lot of people would be saying “Why is the season starting on July 2?”) According to the Buffalo News, the current guidelines issued by the state of New York detail the procedures pro [more] View the full article
  6. The NFL is set to announce that the first and fourth week of the preseason schedule has been scrapped, which doesn’t come as a great surprise given recent indications that things were moving in that direction. One of the reasons for the change is to give teams more time to work on their own after [more] View the full article
  7. Sam Darnold and Josh Allen were both Top 10 picks in the 2018 NFL draft, and although they both landed in the AFC East with Darnold as the starting quarterback of the Jets and Allen as the starting quarterback of the Bills, they consider themselves friends more than rivals. Allen said on SiriusXM NFL Radio [more] View the full article
  8. NFL teams have been announcing revised ticket policies in recent days and the Bills joined that group on Tuesday. The team posted a letter from vice president of ticket sales and service Chris Colleary to their website that acknowledges that there may not be any fans at the team’s home games this season. He adds [more] View the full article
  9. The NFL is still planning to have teams report to training camp as scheduled on July 28. But if you’re a Buffalo Bill, for instance, you’d probably be safer giving yourself a head start getting there. As noted by Tim Graham of TheAthletic.com, 60 of the 88 players on the Bills roster at the moment [more] View the full article
  10. In April, Pegula Sports and Entertainment issued a round of firings and furloughs, but those were limited to their hockey operation. Now, they’ve made another change in the executive ranks. According to Tim Graham of TheAthletic.com, they’ve fired executive vice president of finance and business administration Chuck LaMattina, whose name used to appear on the [more] View the full article
  11. Among the many highly unusual aspects of this pandemic-affected NFL season will be whether fans from other countries are able to get into the United States, or whether border restrictions make that impossible. The Bills are ready to accommodate those fans. According to the Toronto Sun, the Bills have told Canadian ticket buyers that, should [more] View the full article
  12. When the Bills traded for wide receiver Stefon Diggs in March, most reactions were that the move would lead to Diggs soaking up targets in the passing game this season. Unless the Bills are planning to start throwing the ball a lot more often, a side effect of that would be a drop in targets [more] View the full article
  13. Bills co-owner and president Kim Pegula got closer to the action than owners typically do on game days for the Bills’ regular-season finale. Pegula revealed this week that she wore a headset in Week 17 to get a better feel for the job coaches are doing on Sundays. She said Dan Evans, the Bills’ vice [more] View the full article
  14. After a 17-year drought between playoff appearances was finally ended in 2017, the Buffalo Bills have found themselves in the postseason in two of the last three years. While the Bills are still seeking their first playoff win since 1995, the team is better positioned now to compete legitimately than they have been in a [more] View the full article
  15. With training camps in the NFL set to open in just over a month and the United States hitting a new record for new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, the feasibility of exactly how the league will be able to execute its 2020 season remains. According to Tim Graham of TheAthletic.com, safety Micah Hyde and kicker [more] View the full article
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