Buffalo Wild Wings officials said the casual-dining chain would open up the playbook to minimize the traffic damage done by a prolonged National Football League lockout if the work stoppage drags on into the fall. “We are planning contingencies if the season is reduced or cancelled,” chief executive Sally Smith told securities analysts during the chain’s first-quarter earnings call on Tuesday. “Like the economy in recent years, the disruption to the regular NFL season ...

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