Buffalo Bills players had a presence last night at the opening ceremonies of the Special Olympics at the University at Buffalo.
Bills rookies Dustin Hopkins, Kendall Gaskins, Drew Smith and Jordan Dangerfield all helped cheer on the Special Olympics participants.
“It felt really great to give back to the kids at the Special Olympics,” said Bills rookie kicker Dustin Hopkins. “To see the smiles on their faces and knowing that we could be there for them made me feel great.”
Rookies helped cheer for the different counties as they walked in and were introduced.
The Bills were recognized for their support at the Special Olympics, and enjoyed meeting the participants, high-fiving with the kids and signing autographs.
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