BUFFALO, NY (WNY News Now) – The Buffalo Bills have begun training for their 2023-2024 season. And while the players are on the field, changes are occurring on the business side of the organization.
The Buffalo Bills have announced that the team’s vice president and chief operating officer, Ron Raccuia, has left the organization.
Moving forward, Bills owner and CEO Terry Pegula will now take over those roles.
In addition the Bill’s have hired a new vice president of stadium relations.
Pegula said in a statement following Raccuia’s departure that: “After taking time over the past several months to evaluate the business side of our operation, we wanted to revamp and improve our structure.”
As for the team, training has begun. This is the time for players to show the coaches what they can provide for the team and earn a spot on the 53 man roster.