The snow has been cleared from Ralph Wilson Stadium, clearing the way for the Buffalo Bills to return home safely.
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Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park, New York will be available for the Buffalo Bills to host this Sunday’s home game against the Cleveland Browns.
With a major snow storm hitting upstate New York, causing a state of emergency and resulting in over a dozen fatalities in the region, the governor of New York requested that the NFL change the venue for the Bills most recent home game against the New York Jets so resources could be better spent helping those in need.
Now according to a statement in a press conference by Bills President Russ Brandon, the stadium will be cleared and cleaned up in time for the Bills next game against the Cleveland Browns:
Bills president Russ Brandon makes it official at presser: “We will play the Browns at Ralph Wilson Stadium on Sunday.”
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) November 25, 2014
The Bills played at Ford Field in Michigan in place of Ralph Wilson Stadium. The Bills won 38-3.