The NFL is heading to Los Angeles - the Rams are already moving out there, and the Chargers are expected to join them in 2017 - and that has caused a flood of interest in stadiums around the league.
The Buffalo Bills still have one of the oldest facilities in the league, as Ralph Wilson Stadium opened in 1973. Despite this - and despite the fact that team owner Terry Pegula has said that a new Bills stadium will eventually be built - there's nothing new to report on the Bills' pursuit of a new stadium.
Bills managing partner and president Russ Brandon addressed the new stadium at an event earlier this week, saying (via The Buffalo News): "We are working on Ralph Wilson Stadium, and Ralph Wilson Stadium only, for the time being."
ESPN's Mike Rodak followed up on that by confirming that the New Stadium Working Group, which features representatives from the Bills, New York State, and Erie County, has not met since their initial meeting in April of 2014, six months before the Pegulas purchased the team.
The Bills just completed their second full season after Ralph Wilson Stadium underwent a reported $130 million in renovations. The stadium's 10-year lease with Erie County is set to expire after the 2022 NFL season.