The operations staff at One Bills Drive is hard at work clearing the snow from the stadium and surrounding campus as they work to get the facility ready for the Bills’ next home game at Ralph Wilson stadium in eight days against the Browns. At this point, Bills team President Russ Brandon says the plan to play at home next week is still in place.
“I’ve had reports throughout the course of the day. So far everything is progressing nicely,” said Brandon Saturday evening. “We haven’t had any speed bumps come along that we weren’t anticipating at this point. So our plan is to play on Monday, get on a plane, go back to Buffalo, start preparing on the short week for the Browns and hopefully play at Ralph Wilson Stadium on Sunday.
“That’s our plan. We’ll always make contingency plans based on some unforeseen things that may or may not come up. But all the reports back from Andy Major and the operations staff is full go right now in trying to dig out and everyone is mobilized back at the stadium and working on that as we speak.”
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