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Buffalo Bills news, 7/6: Lucas Oil Stadium as a new Bills stadium model

The project that eventually yielded Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis did great things for the city's economic development - and that should be the model if a new stadium is required in Buffalo, writes a guest Buffalo News columnist.

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(Buffalo News) Keep the Bills in Buffalo by tying stadium deal to economic development
This is not the first time, nor will it be the last, that people look to Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis as a model for how the Bills should approach a new stadium, should it come to that.

(USA Today) Bills among 6 teams in need of linebacker help
Four of these teams (including, obviously, the Bills) have injured starters at linebacker, while the other two have suspended starters. There are a lot of big-name linebackers missing huge chunks of time this year.

( Camp Countdown: Which rookies will contribute early?
It'll take injuries, plural, for Ross Cockrell to see much playing time, in my opinion. But yeah, the Bills are counting on an awful lot out of Sammy Watkins, Cyrus Kouandjio, and now Preston Brown this year.

( Bills Bubble Watch: Punter
Sure, it's far easier for an upstart punter to unseat an established veteran in the NFL than it is for, say, a quarterback to do it, but it's still slightly surprising to see someone call the upcoming competition between Brian Moorman and Jake Dombrowski a coin flip.

(Buffalo News) Erin Kelly’s Fan Journal: Traditions disappear if Bills leave
The latest from Erin Kelly is mostly about the traditions of being a Bills fan, and those traditions being lost if the team moves. But the highlight of this article is a glimpse into the lasting friendship between Jim Kelly and Frank Reich.