Buffalo Bills keeping training camp in Rochester
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) -- The Buffalo Bills are keeping their training camp at St. John Fisher College in suburban Rochester.
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer says Friday he's been assured by the NFL team there are no plans to make a change. The Bills have four years left on the current agreement.
Questions were raised over the future of the camp's location since the resignation of team president Russ Brandon this month. Brandon attended St. John Fisher and brought the Bills camp there from Fredonia in 2000 in a move to expand the fan base.
Bills President Kim Pegula calls the Rochester area an important market for the team. Preparations are already underway for camp at St. John Fisher this summer.