NFL Owners Approve New Bills, Titans Stadiums, Renovations to Others

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At their winter meeting Wednesday, NFL owners approved two new stadiums, as well as a spate of pricey improvements to three others. 

According to Front Office Sports, the owners approved the Tennessee Titans' proposed $2.1B billion stadium, and the Buffalo Bills' new $1.4 billion stadium. Both are expected to open by 2026 season. 

Owners also approved the extension of the Bills' lease at Highmark Stadium, which was set to expire before the start of next season. 

Approved renovations and upgrades included: 

$1.2 billion in upgrades that will be split between the Baltimore Ravens' M&T Bank Stadium and the Orioles' Camden Yards. 

$295 million in upgrades to the Dallas Cowboys' AT&T Stadium. 

$100 million in upgrades to the Denver Broncos' Empower Field. 

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