The lease on Ralph Wilson Stadium was set to expire in July, and, while team owner and president Ralph Wilson has long said that the Bills wouldn't move while he was alive, Ralph Wilson is 94, and the Bills seemed to be inching further away from Buffalo every season. "Home" games in Toronto's Rogers Centre every season and rumors about a move to Los Angeles to fill their new downtown football stadium made it seem like some higher-ups weren't particularly attached to the franchise's current location, and a disproportionate number of letters from Bills fans protesting blackout rules suggested that a frigid winter day in Ralph Wilson stadium to see a crappy Bills team wasn't the draw it once was. As passionate as Bills fans are, the Buffalo location didn't seem well-suited to the realities of the modern TV market and game day experience.
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