As Western New York is slowly reopening, the Buffalo Bills are working on different scenarios on what home football games would look like this fall.

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According to the website, Buffalo Rumblings The Bills are working on different plans based on how many fans will be allowed to attend games.

Generally speaking, teams are developing protocols for 15%, 33%, and 50% seating in addition to the regular 100%,

Each of those plans would also have to include social distancing guidelines like staying 6 feet apart when masks would be required and plans for fans to enter and exit the stadium, use the restrooms, and get concessions.

Currently, in New York State, only gatherings of 25 people or fewer are allowed.

The Bills will play their first preseason game on August 21st against Atlanta and will host their first regular-season game on Sept. 13th against the NY Jets.

Back on May 24th, Governor Cuomo announced that pro sports teams could resume training but no guidelines on games were given.