Bills finish clearing snow from Ralph Wilson Stadium

Tuesday November 25th, 2014

The Bills have finished clearing the snow from Ralph Wilson Stadium, the team announced Monday

The team estimated there were 220,000 tons of snow in the stadium and offered to pay fans $10an hour to help shovel it out. Crews worked 24 hours a day to clear the snow. 

Parts of Western New York saw up to seven feet of snow last week and at least 13 people died as a result of the storm. The region is currently bracing for flooding, as warm temperatures begin to melt the snow. 

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Weather conditions forced the NFL to move the Bills-Jets game, originally scheduled to be played Sunday in Buffalo, to Detroit on Monday. 

The Bills are scheduled to play the Browns at home this Sunday. 

- Dan Gartland

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