Recapping the week at the NFL's owners meetings

From Bills owners talking to new replay rules, here's everything that happened

Sal Capaccio
March 28, 2019 - 3:36 pm

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Now that the NFL’s annual owners meetings are officially over, here’s a recap of what went down in Phoenix, Arizona as it relates to both the Buffalo Bills and league:

Bills general manager Brandon Beane said he doesn’t rest easy and will continue looking for ways to add more competition to a roster in which the team has already signed 15 unrestricted free agents from other NFL teams:

Amid recent shots taken at the city of Buffalo and the Bills franchise after the Antonio Brown trade never materialized, Bills head coach Sean McDermott defended the area by saying, “Come to Buffalo where football is important to the people:”

Buffalo and Rochester were each chosen as part of NFL 100’s “Original Towns” celebration:

Buffalo-based New Era Cap continued to strengthen their partnership with the league by becoming the official outfitter of players at the NFL Scouting Combine:

The league announced that the Green Bay Packers will visit the Chicago Bears to kick off week one on Thursday Night Football, and the Patriots will host Sunday Night Football opening weekend:

Bills and Buffalo Sabres co-owner Terry Pegula addressed Sabres’ head coach Phil Housley's future, a possible new football stadium, and other NFL issues:

Bills co-owner Kim Pegula addressed the rash of recent changes at PSE, as well as Bills, Sabres, and stadium-related issues:

The league voted to allow challenges and reviews of pass interference calls and non-calls for this coming season and I think they made the wrong call in doing so:

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