After the recent death of the Franchise owner Ralph Wilson, the Bills could be on the move away from Buffalo and one potential destination is the Niagara Falls.
There are many avenues being explored for the future destination of the franchise which currently resides in New York but one of the main locations has been County of Niagara.
A task force has been put together to bolster the team's long term viability and is considering many sites that would put the franchise closer to its expanding Ontario fan base, according to the Associated Press.
Lt. Gov. Robert Duffy recently said: "We’re looking at Niagara County, We’re open to looking at a number of venues.”
The New Stadium Working group committee met with Niagara Falls Mayor Paul Dyster last week and he was able to confirm that Niagara County was a heavily discussed location for the proposed move.
All of this comes off the back of the unfortunate passing of the franchise's founder and owner Ralph Wilson who died on March 25.
The team is currently now being overseen by Wilson's widow Mary until the franchise is sold, the current stadium which will be moved away from is actually named 'Ralph Wilson Stadium' after their influential former owner.
News on the destination of the Bills will continue to flood in as many parties are interested in owning or housing one of the NFL's franchises.