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What to expect today as NFL owners vote on Bills' sale

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A big day for Buffalo Bills' fans, as they await word from the NFL owners meeting today on the sale of the Buffalo Bills. 

The meeting is scheduled to begin at 8:30am  The vote in favor of the $1.4-billion dollar sale to Terry and Kim Pegula is expected to be early on the agenda - and is expected to be unanimous.  Terry Pegula will reportedly join the meeting once the vote is taken and the sale is approved.

Owners will also discuss the league's personal conduct policy and look at further international play when they meet today.

These are the league's first owners meetings since Commissioner Roger Goodell came under fire for his handling of the Ray Rice case amid several high-profile player arrests involving domestic abuse.

Once the sale is approved there is expected to be more chatter about the potential for a new stadium here in Buffalo.