BUFFALO, N.Y.- Consultants looking at possible locations for a new stadium for the Buffalo Bills have narrowed their recommendations to four sites, according to a report in the Buffalo News.
Three of the recommended sites include a downtown location, a site in West Seneca and a major renovation to Ralph Wilson Stadium, the report says.
The study, which was commissioned by New York State and awarded to California company AECOM, considered locations across Western New York, including Niagara Falls and Batavia. The report said neither of those sites made much sense, nor did a site along Buffalo's Outer Harbor.
Any recommendations for a stadium in the report would be non-binding for a new owner.