Bills' Vow To Stay In Buffalo Tied To $130M Stadium Fixes

Law360, New York (December 21, 2012, 4:58 PM ET) -- The Buffalo Bills, one of professional football's small-market teams rumored to have been contemplating a jump to Los Angeles, will be staying put in Western New York in a deal that will see the team get $130 million in stadium upgrades, officials led by Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Friday.

An agreement between Cuomo, the team and Erie County will see the Bills play at Ralph Wilson Stadium under a new, 10-year lease that includes a commitment to stay in New York for at least seven years...
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