Bills Reveal Exciting Plans for 2022 Training Camp

Adam Taylor McKillop
The Buffalo Bills revealed exciting plans for 2022 Training Camp.
The Buffalo Bills revealed exciting plans for 2022 Training Camp. / Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports
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The NFL recently agreed to lift COVID-19 and pandemic-related protocols in what's seen as an exciting step in returning to normalcy. The Buffalo Bills are one team particularly excited about this change that allows them to return to a familiar home this summer.

On Saturday, Buffalo announced they will return to St. John Fisher College for their 2022 training camp.

Bills Training Camp

Bills Training Camp Location

Summer is still a long way off, but the Bills will be officially returning home to St. John Fisher College (on a one-year deal) for the 21st time in team history. Buffalo hasn't spent training camp at this friendly location since 2019 but general manager Brandon Beane expressed why it means so much.

"We've always enjoyed the set-up there and Sean [McDermott] and I both are strong believers in the camaraderie that you get and the bond you can build. We'll also be able to have fans this year. It doesn't really work at Orchard Park, and we missed that the last two years as well. We're very excited that they'll be able to come watch us practice."

Brandon Beane

Buffalo will announce dates and times for practices later this spring.


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