In Vic Carucci's latest piece from his exclusive interview with Kim Pegula, the Buffalo Bills' co-owner and president shared how being part of the NFL's Super Bowl and Major Events Advisory Committee can be depressing at times.
"Because it just makes you realize that (Buffalo) can't get (a Super Bowl), when they show the amount of infrastructure – from hotels to airports to (mass) transportation – that some of these cities have," Pegula said. "I don't think we would qualify for even getting a draft."
That aside, Pegula is proud to be a part of three ownership committees, which also includes the NFL Foundation and Business Ventures groups, the latter she described as "the meat and the heart of the league as a business."
Josh Allen is 'the furthest thing from racist': The rookie quarterback's Pop Warner coaches dismissed his Twitter controversy as contrived, Tim Graham learned while working on his five-part series on Allen.
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