Though Chris Kelsay, who announced his retirement Wednesday, never appeared in a playoff game in his career, he is hopeful that Bills fans will see an end to the playoff drought soon.
“I think just to continue to believe and have hope,” said Kelsay when asked what he had to say to Bills fans that have stuck with the team through the lean times. “Every year I came in with the sense of excitement and optimism for each new year. Unfortunately it did not pan out for our teams over the last 10 years. The Buffalo Bills fans are the true fans—there is nothing like them. I think they need to just continue to support the organization.
“We are going to turn the corner. It is just a matter of time. Buddy (Nix), Russ (Brandon), Coach Marrone and the staff that they have put together here—I see good things in the near future for the Buffalo Bills. For the downtimes, there are good times. Sometimes you just have to be patient. Our fans have definitely been patient for a long time. I understand that. They are due. I think they have the right people in here. Add a few more pieces to the puzzle through the draft, free agency and they are headed in the right direction.”
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