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Bills Reach Agreement On Stadium: NFL World Reacts

Buffalo Bills run out for a playoff game.

ORCHARD PARK, NEW YORK - JANUARY 09: The Buffalo Bills take the field during the first half of the AFC Wild Card playoff game against the Indianapolis Colts at Bills Stadium on January 09, 2021 in Orchard Park, New York. (Photo by Bryan M. Bennett/Getty Images)

It's official, a new stadium is on its way to Orchard Park, New York. On Monday, The Buffalo News reported that the NFL's next billion dollar stadium will be home to the Bills.

Per reporter Jason Wolf, "Buffalo Bills, New York State & Erie County reach 'ironclad' 30-year deal to build $1.4B stadium in Orchard Park."

Adding that the state of New York will put in $600 million, the county will pay $250 million, $350+ million will be paid by ownership and the NFL will chip in $200 million. Fans reacted to the big stadium news on Twitter. "No Buffalo Bills relocation rumors for the next 30 years," said a fan. "Sign me up. Let's goooo!"

"[Bills] are not going anywhere!!" tweeted another member of Bills Mafia.

"The state of New York is committing $600 million to a new Bills stadium, or $850 million if you count the county as well," commented Washington beat reporter Mattew Paras. "Virginia is offering $350 million to the Commanders, down from the $1 billion that was originally floated."

"Blueprint of sorts in Jax?" asked Brent Martineau.

"Let's Go Buffalo!!!" replied Todd J. Clausen.

Bills fans can rejoice!