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Pegula leaves NFL meetings as COVID precaution

Bills co-Owner Terry Pegula stepped out of the NFL owners meetings "midway through the first afternoon" in Manhattan yesterday "after receiving word of a possible Covid-19 exposure." Pegula, 70, "learned that his daughter Jessica’s tennis coach tested positive." Pegula and the coach attended Jessica’s wedding last Friday. A Bills source said that Pegula is considered a "non-football close contact." He left the meetings "on his own volition" and  flew to Buffalo. Co-Owner Kim Pegula did not attend the meetings. Both Terry and Kim "received their Covid-19 vaccines in the spring" (BUFFALO NEWS, 10/27).

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