March 8, 2014
Buffalo Bills’ strange, arranged marriage with Toronto comes to a quiet end
'For all of the many ways in which Rogers Centre is not Ralph Wilson Stadium, beginning with its size and the fact that you can’t stand around all morning in the parking lot and become soused, the Toronto series has been crippled from the start by the Bills’ chronic inability to not suck.'
Buffalo Bills' turn from Toronto a win for fans, but worries linger
'Sarama grew up in western New York, buffeted since the 1970s by the occasional dread inspired by talk of the Bills' relocation. He founded a fan website called twobillsdrive.com, in deference to the home team's street address of One Bills Drive, deep in a residential neighborhood of Orchard Park, N.Y.'
March 7, 2014
Bills raise prices for season tickets
'It’s the first time since 2010 the team has raised season-ticket prices, an increase it called “modest” in a statement. In 2013, season tickets ranged from $225 to $720 in regular seating areas and $1,278 to $2,790 for a club seat. This year, club seats range from $1,470 to $3,100.'
Poloncarz names seven to serve on stadium panel
'Erie County Executive Mark C. Poloncarz on Thursday announced the seven members he appointed to serve on a committee that will represent the county as part of a new panel exploring whether to build a new stadium for the Buffalo Bills or to make further renovations to Ralph Wilson Stadium.'
Polancarz picks Bills group
'The stadium commission will explore all possible options for where the Bills could play once the present lease deal at Ralph Wilson Stadium expires. That could include further renovations to the aging Orchard Park facility — one of the league's oldest venues — or a new stadium in Orchard Park, on the Buffalo Outer Harbor or elsewhere.'