— The Buffalo Bills announced that season ticket prices will remain flat for the 2012 season while prices in the Tops Family Corner and Coors Light Rockpile sections will be significantly reduced. Tops Family Corner ticket prices will be $30 per game – reduced $10 from last season. The Coors Light Rockpile prices will be $25 per game – reduced $15 from last season.
The Buffalo Bills will have a nine-game schedule at Ralph Wilson Stadium this season. The Bills will play one regular season game at Rogers Centre in Toronto as part of the Bills Toronto Series. The preseason game originally planned for Rogers Centre will be moved to Ralph Wilson Stadium due to scheduling conflicts at the Toronto venue.
— BuffaloBills.com will begin their coverage from the 2012 Combine on Thursday with 1-on-1 interviews with GM Buddy Nix and Head Coach Chan Gailey. Fans can submit a question for Nix or Gailey via the team’s Facebook fan page and fans of questions chosen will receive an autographed mini-helmet. BuffaloBills.com 2012 Combine Coverage Outline
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Buffalo News – Bills hold the line on season-ticket prices
Associated Press – Optimism grows of Bills renewing Toronto series
Toronto Sun – Bye-bye Bills
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AFC East Blog (ESPN.com) – Poll: How much should Bills pay Johnson?
Buffalo Sports Daily – Bills OL Among Best In Pass Blocking
Pro Football Talk – Bills won’t play in Toronto this preseason
QUOTE OF THE DAY
Bills CEO Russ Brandon
“On behalf of our owner, Mr. Ralph Wilson, the Bills organization is pleased to announce that season ticket prices will remain flat for the 2012 season. Our season ticket fan base is the backbone of our franchise and we greatly appreciate their continued support. Everyone in the organization is committed to building upon our strong foundation and taking a significant step forward this year.”
“We are currently working with Rogers Communications to extend our agreement to play Bills games at Rogers Centre. Our core goal is to continue to regionalize our franchise and continue our series in Toronto which has served us so well. We will provide more information once terms are finalized.”
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February 22, 1985 — BILLS AGREE TO TERMS WITH BRUCE SMITH
The Bills and DE Bruce Smith reached a tentative agreement on a contract, said to be four years worth $2.6 million. In April, the Bills would make Smith the top pick in the NFL Draft.
Construction has begun on the Ralph Wilson, Jr. Pro Football Research and Preservation Center at the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The new center will be a 10,800-square-foot addition coupled with the renovation of an existing 6,000-square-foot space that will enable the proper preservation and storage of the Hall of Fame’s comprehensive and growing collection of pro football artifacts, documents and archive materials relating to the history of pro football. The Ralph Wilson, Jr. Pro Football Research and Preservation Center will also enhance the Hall of Fame’s ability to use the collection to educate the public about pro football, its origins, and its impact on society and to provide improved access to pro football researchers, historians, and fans. MORE INFO>>>
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