Bills Links, 2/27: Is training camp coming back to St. John Fisher?

For 20 years, beginning in the summer of 2000, the Buffalo Bills called St. John Fisher College in Rochester, New York, for their training camp. But due to COVID-19 concerns, the Bills abandoned their Rochester-based camp for the past two years and used its Orchard Park facility as a training camp site.

Today’s edition of the Bills Daily Links begins by examining reports that the Bills and Fisher are in talks to bring training camp back to Rochester for 2022.

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According to a reporting by Mike Catalana with 13WHAM TV in Rochester, the Bills and St. John Fisher are working on a deal that would bring Buffalo’s training camp back to Rochester for two weeks this summer. Reportedly, the two sides are hopeful that a deal will be reached for Fisher to host the camp for approximately two weeks, from late July through August, before closing the camp at the team’s training facility in Orchard Park.


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