BUFFALO, NY- The Buffalo Bills will have a new home next season, at least on the radio dial.

Officials with 97 Rock and 103.3 The Edge announced Monday they've decided not to renew their contract to carry the team's games.

97 Rock has been the flagship station for Bills coverage on the radio for the past 13 years.

"After a lengthy negotiation process, we withdrew from the bid process with the team," said Cumulus Media VP/General Manager Chet Osadchey. Listeners will still get Bills (and Buffalo Sabres) coverage and content on a regular basis on both stations. We have enjoyed our relationship with the team and will continue to help them in efforts to remain an integral part of Western New York for many years to come."

Stations in the Buffalo Bills Radio Network, including 1290 AM WNBF in Binghamton, 1250 AM WSKO in Syracuse, 1260 AM WRIE in Erie and 1180 WHAM in Rochester are also affected by the decision.