Indianapolis has reportedly turned down a request from the NFL to host a potential neutral site AFC Championship Game later this month at Lucas Oil Stadium, according to Joe Schroeder of Fox59 News.

The city declined to host the title game because of scheduling conflicts, per Mickey Shuey of the Indianapolis Business Journal.

“Indianapolis was approached to host the game, but the city already has an event on its calendar at Lucas Oil Stadium and that would make it nearly impossible for the NFL to host the game there,” Shuey wrote.

Colts executives said they were approached this week about possibly hosting the game on Jan. 28 or 29 after the NFL announced that Monday night’s game between the Buffalo Bills and Cincinnati Bengals would not be resumed.

Bill safety Damar Hamlin suffered a cardiac arrest during the first quarter of Monday’s game, which went on to be suspended. Hamlin is currently at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center and continues to “progress remarkably in his recovery,” doctors said Friday, per ESPN’s Alaina Getzenberg