Terry Pegula opens up following NFL meetings

Says McDermott-Whaley "get along great"

Tim Wenger
March 28, 2017 - 9:28 pm

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Phoenix, AZ (WBEN) - In a wide ranging media availability with WKBW TV and others following the NFL owners meetings, Buffalo Bills owner Terry Pegula addressed a number of issues, including the relationship between newly-named Head Coach Sean McDermott and General Manager Doug Whaley.  The relationship between the two key players in the Bills organization recently came into question following a report by CBS Sports.  Pegula calls that report "erroneous".

"We just spent the afternoon working together together, the three of us, Pegula said in Phoenix Tuesday.  "Those guys get along great,  they've been making some key decisions and they work well together", says Pegula.

When asked about making the 10th overall pick in the upcoming NFL draft, Pegula said that pick would be a "group effort".

Regarding ongoing discussion about a potential new stadium in the Bills' future, Pegula would only say the state has just compled financing rennovations to the current stadium and said "we're looking forward to football season and not talking about stadiums".



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