There are currently plans for the Buffalo Bills to build a new outdoor stadium in Orchard Park, but could cause some complications for the organization.
The Bills may need to find a temporary home because the new stadium will not be read until their current lease at Highmark Stadium expires in 2023.
It is possible that the stage will be ready to play by 2025, but 2026 or 2027 are more likely start dates since Councils still need to get government approval in several areas, including funding, which could delay the chronology.
According to News 8 in Buffalo, the Bills are willing to consider other options for home games and could set up a store in Toronto or Penn State if they can’t expand the location to its current stage.
Bills owner Terry Pegula is a Penn State senior and has donated more than $ 100 million to the university over the years. Toronto is also a possibility because of its proximity to Buffalo. However, it’s not clear how the NFL would feel about getting teams to travel to and from Canada.