Official groundbreaking for new Bills stadium expected late April, May

Bills EVP Ron Raccuia joined the “Howard and Jeremy Show” on Tuesday to discuss the new Bills stadium getting closer to starting construction

Orchard Park, N.Y. (WGR 550) - The proposal of a new stadium for the Buffalo Bills is now coming closer to becoming a reality.

While the overall stadium deal has yet to be finalized, the final pieces of the deal are starting to come together. This includes the highly-talked about community benefits agreement (CBA), which is slated to be the best CBA in the entire NFL.

"We're going to collaboratively, with our community partners together, devote the resources of the Bills, the NFL and our sponsors to where our community needs it most,” said Executive Vice President and COO of the Bills, Ron Raccuia during a visit with the “Howard and Jeremy Show” on Tuesday.

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Raccuia says the team is only a few months away for fans to be able to start purchasing PSL's for the new stadium. With the Bills showing a what the stadium will look like back in October, there is still more adjustments being made to the future home of the team.

"We're still tweaking it every day,” Raccuia said with Howard Simon and Jeremy White. “From a hat I understand, that process really continues pretty much up until the time you open the stadium.”

Hear more from Raccuia during the "Howard and Jeremy Show" available in the player below:

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