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Buffalo Bills owner Terry Pegula said he was evaluating stadium options.

Terry Pegula isn't in a rush.

Buffalo Bills owner Terry Pegula joined WGR-550 on Wednesday and one of the major focuses of the conversation centered on the Bills getting a new stadium. According to Pegula, the Bills are in no rush to make a decision right now.

"We're not going to make any hasty decisions," Pegula said. "We're evaluating."

The Bills could remain in Orchard Park or move downtown, but Pegula says it's far too early to make a decision. As of now, Pegula stated that he had "no preference." 

Pegula said, "It's so early in our ownership that none of that has been heavily weighed."

Although Pegula isn't in any sort of rush to make a decision, he knows that other owners feel a new stadium, sooner rather than later, is a must for Buffalo.

"I think they think we need a new stadium, that's where they're coming from," Pegula said Wednesday of the owners' comments. "You listen to that and you make your own judgment. Our stadium is one of the older venues in the league, if not the oldest."


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