A lot went down for the Buffalo Bills early this week.
A former first-round pick, Ed Oliver, was locked in long term, a Super Bowl winner in Leonard Floyd was added, and not to mention, that whole “new stadium” thing has finally physically begun with a groundbreaking ceremony.
But according to general manager Brandon Beane, the football input began all the way back in August regarding the team’s new home.
Beane explained to the Pat McAfee Show that the Bills’ input, from a football standpoint, dates all the way back to last summer. The GM said dynamics of the stadium that the team will use, such as the locker room, players, coaches and the front office had a say in it.
Beane’s full explanation can be found in the Pat McAfee Show clip below:
BIG DAY for the Buffalo Bills..
— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) June 5, 2023