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New Technology Stands Out Among $130M In Improvements At Ralph Wilson Stadium
Published January 7, 2013
SAFE AND SECURE: In Buffalo, Mark Gaughan wrote Bills President & CEO Russ Brandon "doesn't have to worry about anyone going over his head or behind his back." He has "total job security until the team is sold, which means he's set for roughly the next seven years." That will be the "optimal time for the Bills to be sold, because the penalty for moving the team essentially goes away after seven years under the terms of the new lease agreement." If the football team "fails, it will be the coach or GM who take the fall, not Brandon" (BUFFALO NEWS, 1/6).