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Season Ticket Members of the Month – August

Posted by Kelly Baker on August 29, 2016 – 7:20 am


Rick DiVita has been a valued Buffalo Bills Season Ticket Member since 2004. A native of Niagara Falls, N.Y., DiVita has cherished his time at Buffalo Bills games for over a decade. Through the years, DiVita has enjoyed watching his favorite players take the field. DiVita’s All-Time favorites include quarterback Jim Kelly, wide receiver Andre Reed and wide receiver Bob Chandler, whereas his current favorite Bills are defensive tackle Kyle Williams, wide receiver Robert Woods and center Eric Wood.

Reminiscing on his years as a Bills fan, DiVita fondly recalls his favorite moment—the 1990 AFC Championship game where the Bills took on the Los Angeles Raiders. Putting on a dominant performance, which resulted in a 51-3 win for Buffalo, DiVita knew at halftime that the Bills were on their way to Super Bowl XXV—the franchise’s first of four consecutive Super Bowl appearances.

As a Season Ticket Member, DiVita loves that he is able to spend quality time with his friends while cheering on the Bills. For DiVita, the feeling that he gets when he hears the Bills lineup spoken over the loudspeaker is one that is impossible to forget.

Congratulations, Rick!

The Buffalo Bills would like to thank Rick for his 12+ years of being a loyal Bills Season Ticket Member and our second Season Ticket Member of the Month for the month of August. In addition to Rick being selected as a Season Ticket Member of the Month, he received two pregame on field passes to the Bills versus Giants game on August 20th, a seat upgrade, an autographed football, and select 2016 Bills merchandise.

If you would like to nominate a Season Ticket Member of the Month, email us the account number, name, and the reason for your nomination to Please use the subject line, “STM of the Month Nomination.”

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Ice Bucket Challenge to be held at RWS

Posted by Kelly Baker on July 26, 2016 – 10:51 am

This Sunday, July 31st, following the 2016 Buffalo Walk to Defeat ALS, Ralph Wilson Stadium will play host to a very special event. In an effort to raise awareness for the progressive disease, Shades of Greatness, Inc., the LeSean McCoy Foundation, will be sponsoring the ALS Association Upstate New York Chapter’s Guinness Book of World Records Ice Bucket Challenge.

Focused on finding a cure, an estimated 1,000 participants will work together to break the current Ice Bucket Challenge world record of 782. A cause that hits home for McCoy, whose grandmother passed away from ALS, his foundation will provide funding for the organization’s Care Services Program.

Looking to get involved? Please click here for more details.

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Bills to host free USA Football camp

Posted by Kelly Baker on July 25, 2016 – 5:43 pm


This Saturday, July 30 the Buffalo Bills will be holding a free youth football camp at Ralph Wilson Stadium. The event, which opens at 9 a.m. and runs until 12 p.m., is one of six stops on USA Football’s 2016 Protection Tour. The camp will provide athletes and their parents with a fun and educational experience. This unique opportunity will engage participants with instruction on a variety of topics from USA Football’s Heads Up Football program, including healthy and safety.

Campers will also be joined by a special guest—Bills Hall of Fame wide receiver Andre Reed.

For registration details, click here.

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Moorman to host local Kan Jam tournament

Posted by Kelly Baker on July 14, 2016 – 5:00 pm


Bills fans, it’s time to show off your Kan Jam skills!

On Saturday, July 23, Brian Moorman’s P.U.N.T Foundation will be hosting a local Kan Jam Tournament. The first annual event, held at Buffalo’s Outer Harbor, will provide participants with an exciting experience, as well as a chance to support a good cause.

Brian Moorman, Bills former Pro Bowl punter, his wife created the P.U.N.T Foundation in 2004 to provide assistance to local children battling cancer. Their vision and commitment to giving back has made a direct impact on the lives of many children and families in Western New York.

“We’re excited about the potential of this event…to create a special opportunity for community members to play this Buffalo-born game…,” said Moorman. “It is an easy and fun way for people to help us keep the organization’s mission strong.”

Individuals 21 and over are encouraged to take part. Teams of two will have the chance to compete for the top spot. The winner from the day will earn a trip to the Kan Jam World Championship in August, a prize pack and much deserved bragging rights.

For registration details, please click here.

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Three Bills among NFL’s most important people

Posted by Kelly Baker on June 29, 2016 – 2:50 pm

Recently, USA Today put together a compelling list detailing the NFL’s 100 most important people. Among the collection of NFL greats are Bills Owner/CEO Terry Pegula and Owner/President, Pegula Sports Entertainment (PSE) Kim Pegula, as well as Quality Control-Special Teams coach Kathryn Smith.

Listed at No. 49, the Pegulas, have made a tremendous impact on the Western New York community.


Smith, who came in at No. 20, made history this past January as she was named the NFL’s first full-time female coach.


To see the full list, click here.

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Bills coach competes on ‘American Ninja Warrior’

Posted by Kelly Baker on June 28, 2016 – 7:30 pm

Those who tuned in to watch ‘American Ninja Warrior’ on Monday, June 27, may have been pleasantly surprised to see Dan Liburd, Buffalo Bills strength and conditioning assistant, as a contestant on the suspenseful show.


Liburd, who has spent eight years as a member of the Bills coaching staff, appeared on the show’s Philadelphia Qualifier for a shot at advancing to the Regional Finals.

In true ninja warrior fashion, he used his supreme athleticism to run, jump and swing his way through the extreme obstacle course.

If you missed it, be sure to check out a segment of his performance below.


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Season Ticket Member of the Month – June

Posted by Kelly Baker on June 23, 2016 – 12:01 pm

Name: James Gutillo

Hometown:  Buffalo, NY

Season Ticket Member Since:  3/1/1981

Favorite Current Bills:  Kyle Williams, LeSean McCoy and Eric Wood

Favorite All-Time Bills:  Jim Kelly, Thurman Thomas and Bruce Smith

Favorite Bills Memory: When the Bills beat Miami on the road in the 1989 season opener and Jim Kelly rushed for the game winning touchdown.

Favorite part of Sundays at Ralph Wilson Stadium:  Tailgating atmosphere with friends and family.

Best part of being a Bills Season Ticket Member: The opportunity to have the same great seat, sitting around the people you know each game to watch your favorite team.

Favorite Bills Season Ticket Member Perk: Bills Bucks card to use at the stadium on merchandise.

Favorite Tailgate Ritual: Eating good and drinking sensibly.

The Buffalo Bills would like to thank James for his 30+ years of being a loyal Bills Season Ticket Member and our second Season Ticket Member of the Month. In addition to James being selected as Season Ticket Member of the Month, James will receive 2 pregame on field passes to a home game, an autographed football, and select 2016 Bills merchandise.

If you would like to nominate a Season Ticket Member of the Month, email us the account number, name, and the reason for your nomination to Please use the subject line, “STM of the Month Nomination.” A new Season Ticket Member will be recognized and featured each month for the 2016 season.

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Former Bills player on America’s Got Talent

Posted by Kelly Baker on June 22, 2016 – 5:24 pm


Former Buffalo Bills long snapper Jon Dorenbos, made an impressive debut on the hit NBC television show “America’s Got Talent” on Tuesday, June 21. Standing before a panel of celebrity judges consisting of Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel, and Mel B, Dorenbos turned on the magic—literally.

Dorenbos, who played for the Bills from 2003-04, received applause from the critics and the crowd as he showcased his knack for card tricks.

A current member of the Philadelphia Eagles, Dorenbos will enter his 14th NFL season this fall and take with him some marvelous moments from the offseason.

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Fan stories from Atwal Father’s Day contest

Posted by Kelly Baker on June 19, 2016 – 9:46 am

The Buffalo Bills and Atwal Eye Care are proud to announce the runner up winners of our annual Father’s Day Contest!

Congratulations to Joshua Bates, Stephen LoGrasso, Jr. and Joseph Cardinale, whose Bill-themed father/child memories earned them each one autographed mini helmet!

Joshua Bates:

Christmas Eve, 2011 – the Bills were playing Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos. The tickets were a Christmas present for my son and myself from my Brother-in-law, and it was going to be my son’s first ever Bills game! Unfortunately, the day before the game my son woke up sick and was sick all day. But, he was determined to head to the Ralph and root for his team, so that morning we woke up early and made the 3 hour trek to Buffalo. Not wanting to let his illness get the best of him, we tailgated with grilled cheese and tomato soup and made our way into the stadium. We managed to make it through the first quarter, but midway through the second quarter I noticed he wasn’t looking too hot. We scrambled to the bathroom (the longest trip of my life) and made it just in time. Looking at my little trooper’s face as he turned pale and green, we both knew our trip was over. We headed to the gates and were half way across the parking lot when the stadium erupted as the Bills scored a touchdown. We made it to the car and I turned on the radio as we started our long journey home. John Murphy described the thumping we gave the Broncos our entire trip home! Looking in my rear view mirror at my son as he was trying to sleep, I felt terrible that his first Bills game was such a disaster. But, as I pulled in the driveway and scooped him out of the car, he sleepily says to me, “Awesome game Dad.” I will never forget that day with my little Bills fan!

Stephen LoGrasso, Jr.:

Having been on active duty army for 8 years and being so far away, I passed my love for the Buffalo Bills down to my son Ayden by having him keep me informed on our team. During my last deployment, Ayden told me he needed a jersey so he could be just like me on gamedays. I bought him his favorite player’s jersey, and ever since we have had a great Sunday tradition. We do our touchdown dance together every time we score and every Sunday he wakes me up at 7am so we can get ready and I can do his hair with our team colors and get our jerseys on and make our snacks. We then take our game day selfie and go throw the pigskin around till about 15 minutes to kickoff. He now has a hard time deciding on Watkins and Tyrod as his favorite player but the emotion he has, it makes me proud to have him as my gameday partner and cannot wait to take him to his first game this year when we return home for the first time in 5 years.

Joseph Cardinale:

David Marciniak is not my father, but I think you should hear his story. Back in 2008-2009 I was privileged to meet such a great man. He was an extremely hard worker in the Catholic Health System, a dedicated missionary for St. Luke’s Mission of Mercy on the East side of Buffalo, and a loving husband and father to nine (9 – yes you read that correctly!) children. Oh yeah, he is a grandfather to four as well! He would always be smiling or cracking jokes throughout the house regardless of the situation. I remember one time he told me that he enjoyed the chaos of the house. He wouldn’t fret over the spilled milk on the rug, old crayons and toys stuffed in the couch, or the children bickering over who was going to be using the computer next. We would regularly get together for Sabres and Bills games and share memories. We would tell stories and get into sports debates and other things such as faith. He was almost like a second father to me. What was truly amazing was that no matter how busy his schedule was he would always find time to have date night with the love of his life Michelle. Recently, David and the rest of the Marciniak family experienced a major tragedy. Michelle, his loving wife, unexpectedly had a hemorrhagic stroke and had surgery to remove a mass that was found on her brain. This has left her unable to speak and with limited mobility. She has endured so much, and it’s just the beginning. David and his family have a tough road ahead. What is even more amazing is his attitude about the entire situation. He said “Let’s not be sad that one journey has ended, let’s be thankful that another journey has begun!” Recently, he has started plans to alter their house so that Michelle can get around easier. I know Dave would appreciate being recognized. His entire family would be thrilled!

We hope that they and all Bills fans enjoy a wonderful Father’s Day weekend. For a look at our grand prize winner, watch the video below:

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Jim Kelly Celebrity Classic reaches milestone 30th anniversary

Posted by Kelly Baker on June 6, 2016 – 3:34 pm

Bills Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly kicked off his 30th annual Celebrity Golf Classic in style on Sunday, June 5, with a VIP Gala. The Country Western themed charity event, was held at the Adam’s Mark hotel in downtown Buffalo and featured a variety of celebrity guests.

Coming together in support of the Kelly for Kids Foundation, guests such as WNY native NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and ESPN sportscaster Chris Berman enjoyed an evening filled with both live and silent auctions, as well as entertainment. The Bills had several alumni and current players in attendance including, Bruce Smith, Thurman Thomas, Andre Reed, Steve Tasker, Darryl Talley, Fred Smerlas, Pete Metzelaars, Tyrod Taylor, Richie Incognito, Eric Wood, Jordan Gay, Colton Schmidt, Blake Annen, Ryan Groy, Colt Anderson and Robert Kugler.


The festivities continued on Monday, June 6 as participants, including the Bills team, teed off at Terry Hills Golf Course in Batavia, N.Y. After 30 years of giving back, the Jim Kelly Celebrity Golf Classic remains a huge success.


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Corey Graham to hold youth football camp

Posted by Kelly Baker on June 1, 2016 – 1:09 pm

Buffalo Bills safety Corey Graham will be holding a youth football camp during the month of June. For camp details, please see below.


Graham’s youth football camp will be held on Saturday, June 11 at All High Stadium at Bennett High School in Buffalo, N.Y. The event is free of cost and those in 5th-12th grade are encouraged to register. Participants will be divided into two separate age groups, and will enjoy an exciting day with Graham as they work to learn football fundamentals. Campers will also have the chance to win trophies and a free signed jersey.

For registration information, please click here.


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Goodwin listed on Sports Illustrated’s “Fittest 50”

Posted by Kelly Baker on May 27, 2016 – 2:53 pm

A recent pair of lists complied by Sports Illustrated, indicates the world’s 50 fittest male and female athletes. The ranking of each athlete was determined by a set of six criteria which includes, strength, speed, endurance and agility. Coming in at No. 18, is non-other than Buffalo Bills wide receiver Marquise Goodwin.


Alongside his position with the Bills, Goodwin excels in track and field. Recently, at the Meeting Region Guadeloupe, Goodwin posted a 2016 record in the long jump. In pursuit of joining the U.S. Olympic Team in Brazil this summer, Goodwin continues to prepare.


In addition to Goodwin, several other NFL players can be found on the list. Claiming the No.1 spot as the world’s fittest male athlete is decathlete, Ashton Eaton.

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Join Eric Wood’s Dinner for a Difference

Posted by Kelly Baker on May 23, 2016 – 2:14 pm

Bills Pro Bowl center Eric Wood will be hosting his Dinner for a Difference on Wednesday, June 1. The second annual event, will begin at 6:30 p.m. and consist of a cocktail reception, dinner and live and silent auctions. Held at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Buffalo, the evening will benefit The Eric Wood Foundation. Created in 2014, The Eric Wood Foundation seeks to assist children in need in the Buffalo and Louisville, Ky. communities.

A dynamic force both on and off the field, Wood takes great pride in giving back in a variety of ways. Attendees will enjoy a fun-filled night with Wood, as he and and his fellow Buffalo Bills partake in serving their meals.


For additional information on how to participate in Wood’s Dinner for a Difference, please click here.

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USA Football opens 2016 grants program

Posted by Kelly Baker on March 24, 2016 – 3:16 pm

On Monday, March 14, USA Football in partnership with the NFL Foundation officially launched the organization’s 2016 grants program. USA Football offers a variety of support for youth, middle school and high school football programs through grant opportunities for equipment, field building, disaster relief and AEDs. Grant distribution is contingent upon need, merit and overall participation with USA Football.


In addition to the grants program, USA Football has several other initiatives including Heads Up Football and USA Football Month. The Buffalo Bills take an active role in supporting both campaigns. In 2015, the Bills worked with USA Football to assist 21 programs throughout the Western New York community by awarding uniform and equipment grants. Additionally, the Bills held a variety of events during the month of August to recognize USA Football Month.

USA Football will be accepting grant applications until Wednesday, April 20. Following the submission deadline, each request will be reviewed and awards will be announced in May.

For more information on USA Football’s 2016 grants program, please visit the organization’s website here.

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Bills and Campbell’s Chunky Soup tackle hunger

Posted by Kelly Baker on February 26, 2016 – 10:50 am

Throughout the 2015 season, the Buffalo Bills teamed up with Campbell’s Chunky Soup and Tops Friendly Markets to help fight hunger, and provide needed assistance to families throughout the Western and Upstate New York communities. Through the “Tackling Hunger with the Buffalo Bills” program, Campbell’s Chunky Soup donated 20 cans of soup for every tackle the Buffalo Bills defense made throughout the 2015 football season.

Each tackle was accounted for on the Bills Tackle Tracker, on and by the end of the season, the Bills had produced 854 tackles—equating to 17,080 cans of soup.


Donations were made to several food banks including, the Food Bank of Western New York, Rochester Foodlink, The Food Bank of Central New York, and the Food Bank of the Southern Tier.

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Bills statement on the passing of Brittany Burns

Posted by on February 2, 2016 – 4:00 pm

The Buffalo Bills have issued the following statement on the passing of Brittany Burns, the fiancée of linebacker Tony Steward.

“The Buffalo Bills are saddened to learn about the passing of Brittany Burns, the fiancée of linebacker Tony Steward. From the day Brittany arrived in Buffalo with Tony, she was an active member in the community through the Buffalo Bills Women’s Association. Our prayers and heartfelt condolences go out to Tony Steward and the family of Brittany Burns during this most difficult time.”

For more information on Brittany and Tony’s ‘Fight Like a Girl Campaign’, click here.

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Shovelers needed at Ralph Wilson Stadium

Posted by Buffalo Bills on January 1, 2016 – 6:31 pm

The Buffalo Bills are asking anyone interested in shoveling snow inside the stadium to come to the stadium starting at 8am on Saturday, January 2nd.

Shovelers can snow shovel throughout the day on Saturday and into the night into Sunday if needed. Rate of pay is $10 per hour.  The Bills will provide warm lunch and dinner breaks. Those interested in shoveling must have proper identification (driver’s license, state ID) in order to work.

Prospective snow shovelers are also asked to dress appropriately for the weather and to bring their own shovels.

Shovelers may enter off Abbott Road just north of the Team Store and proceed to the Jani-King office trailer to register to work. A CSC person staffed at the lot entry will help direct people to the proper location.

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Bills presence strong at the Punt, Pass & Kick National Championship

Posted by Kelly Baker on January 1, 2016 – 1:08 pm

This Saturday, January 2 athletes from around the country will come together to take part in the 53rd annual NFL Punt, Pass & Kick National Championship, held in Indianapolis. The athletes range from 6-15 years of age, and will be placed into five different groups to compete for the title. While all participating athletes, and their attending family members, will receive complimentary tickets to the Indianapolis Colts vs. Tennessee Titans game on Sunday, January 3, winners from the competition will be acknowledged during the game’s third and fourth quarters. The event will give each eager young athlete the opportunity to showcase his or her talent on a national level, while highlighting their local communities.

With 40 athletes in total, the Buffalo Bills will be represented by three individuals—an unprecedented number for the organization. The trio was selected based on each athlete’s individual performance during the Buffalo Bills Punt, Pass and Kick Team Championship, which was hosted at the ADPRO Sports Training Center on December 5. The Bills Team Championship winners include, Kyle Mitchell from the 6-7 boys group, Aiden Early from the 8-9 boys group, and Caleb Nuzzo from the 12-13 boys group.

Group Photo in Front of Lockerroom

Overall, the Bills Punt, Pass and Kick Team Championship was a huge success. Participants enjoyed a fun-filled day, complete with a special appearance from Bills safety Aaron Williams and on-field recognition at Ralph Wilson Stadium during the Bills vs. Texans game on December 6. Winners from each age division were also displayed on-screen before the game’s second quarter in front of a cheering crowd, and proud family and friends. For Kyle, Aiden and Caleb, advancing to the National Championship is no small feat, given the talent featured among the 40 athletes at the Bills Team Championship.

Group Photo on field

Kyle, a Rochester, N.Y. native, will be going head-to-head against Abuchi Mekaowulu (Dallas Cowboys), Paxton Genola (New Orleans Saints), and Wyatt Shearer (Indianapolis Colts).

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Aiden, from Greece, N.Y., will compete against Zac Niekamp (Cleveland Browns), Jonathan Petermann (Minnesota Vikings), and Brock Diano (Oakland Raiders).

Aiden 1 Aiden 4

Caleb, from Bradford, Pa., will compete against Tanner Oldag (Houston Texans), Seth Chick (Arizona Cardinals), and Casey Canonica (Seattle Seahawks).

Caleb 1 Caleb 5

As Kyle, Aiden and Caleb look to take home the NFL Punt, Pass and Kick National Championship title in each of their respective divisions, they will have the support from the Buffalo Bills and their communities.

Good luck to you Kyle, Aiden, and Caleb!

For a full list of the 2015 NFL Punt, Pass and Kick Championship participants see below.

 Boys 6-7

Name              Hometown NFL team representing
Kyle Mitchell Rochester, N.Y. Buffalo Bills
Abuchi Mekaowulu Allen, Texas Dallas Cowboys
Paxton Genola Clinton, Miss. New Orleans Saints
Wyatt Shearer Huntington, Ind. Indianapolis Colts


Girls 6-7

Name              Hometown NFL team representing
Chloe Gonzales Yuba City, Calif. Oakland Raiders
McKenna Knotts Bridgeport, W.Va. Pittsburgh Steelers
Bailey Williams Mesa, Ariz. Arizona Cardinals
Quinn Zerjal Fairview Heights, Ill. St. Louis Rams


Boys 8-9

Name              Hometown NFL team representing
Aiden Early Greece, N.Y. Buffalo Bills
Zac Niekamp Willowick, Ohio Cleveland Browns
Jonathan Petermann Sleepy Eye, Minn. Minnesota Vikings
Brock Diano Walnut Creek, Calif. Oakland Raiders


Girls 8-9

Name              Hometown NFL team representing
Abbi Holder Lubbock, Texas Dallas Cowboys
Paige Scheinberg Cockeysville, Md. Baltimore Ravens
Kadyn Camper Christianburg, Va. Washington Redskins
Addie Morris Columbia, Mo. St. Louis Rams


Boys 10-11

Name              Hometown NFL team representing
Kaleb Brown Powell, Wyo. Denver Broncos
Jack Hamm Middletown, Del. Philadelphia Eagles
Luke Adams Hinsdale, Ill. Chicago Bears
Jaxxon Warren Flower Mound, Texas Dallas Cowboys


Girls 10-11

Name              Hometown NFL team representing
Mya Sanchez Turlock, Calif. San Francisco 49ers
Camryn Woods Bettendorf, Iowa Chicago Bears
Cadeshia Collins Chattanooga, Tenn. Tennessee Titans
Emily Oki Willard, Utah Denver Broncos


Boys 12-13

Name              Hometown NFL team representing
Tanner Oldag El Campo, Texas Houston Texans
Seth Chick Bukeye, Ariz. Arizona Cardinals
Casey Canonica Tacoma, Wash. Seattle Seahawks
Caleb Nuzzo Bradford, Pa. Buffalo Bills


Girls 12-13

Name              Hometown NFL team representing
Kacie Quick Bloomington, Ill. Chicago Bears
Jayla Medeiros Kealakekua, Hawaii San Diego Chargers
Kaylee Seitzer Bondurant, Iowa Kansas City, Chiefs
Katie Sue Rahilly Newberry, Mich. Detroit Lions


Boys 14-15

Name              Hometown NFL team representing
Jack Noffke New London, Wis. Green Bay Packers
Cash Peterman Tucson, Ariz. Arizona Cardinals
Elias Espinoza Pueblo, Colo. Denver Broncos
George Triplett Elkins, W.Va. Pittsburgh Steelers


Girls 14-15

Name              Hometown NFL team representing
Molly Saylor South Park, Pa. Pittsburgh Steelers
Arielle Sargent Stilwell, Kan. Kansas City Chiefs
Calla Haldorson Hamilton, Mont. Seattle Seahawks
Hannah Doty Milan, Ill. Chicago Bears







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50/50 raffle to pass $700,000 in total money raised

Posted by on January 1, 2016 – 11:31 am

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Bills fans purchased $62,834 worth of raffle tickets during the December 27 game against the Dallas Cowboys. Half of the money goes to the United Way of Buffalo & Erie County and the other half is awarded to the raffle winner – Richard Trovato. To date, $698,410 has been raised for the United Way and local non-profit organizations through this program.

For fans interested in participating in this week’s raffle, tickets will be sold by United Way volunteers wearing pink aprons inside all stadium gates from 11:30 a.m. to kickoff. Tickets can also be purchased from roaming sellers on concourse levels and all clubs and suites. Tickets are also available at kiosks at the following locations: inside gate five, section 124 (across from the Coors Light Sports Bar), section 309, section 331 and inside the Jim Kelly, Van Miller and Paul Maguire clubs. Tickets are sold until the end of the third quarter and you must be 18 years or older to purchase a ticket. The winner does not have to be present to win and the winning number will be posted at


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Week 17 Pregame Promotions

Posted by on December 30, 2015 – 9:00 am

Check out the pregame promotions for Week 17:



This season, the ADPRO Sports Training Center Fieldhouse has been reimagined and rebranded to serve as a youth and family-oriented area called Club Buffalo Bills.  With new elements and a reimagined footprint, the space will be the gameday interactive destination for kids and families.

Learn more >

The National Guard will have a table set up to learn more.

TEAM Coalition will be promoting the designated driver program



9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Come visit Bills team partners in front of the Bills Store for your chance to play games, win prizes and more!


The below listed partners will have a display area within the Team Store parking lot off Abbot Road for fans entering the stadium near New Era Gate 4 and Tim Hortons Gate 5.


New York National Guard: Test your accuracy at the quarterback toss

Yancey’s Fancy: Cheese sampling

Zippo: Play corn hole and win prizes courtesy of Zippo

State Farm: Green Screen Photo op; NFL approved bags, eye black, koozie and binocular giveaway

H&R Block: Learn how H&R Block can maximize your tax return!


Labatt Blue West End Plaza

(Inside New Era Gate 4 and Tim Hortons Gate 5)


Music: DJ Jim Stelianou will be performing starting at 11:30 a.m.

Dinosaur BBQ: Try the official BBQ of the Buffalo Bills!  The smokehouse will be fired up and ready to serve their award winning BBQ.



Designated Drivers of Buffalo

A representative from Designated Drivers of Buffalo will be present at the Designated Drivers signup kiosk in the northwest corner of the stadium throughout the game.



Have your propane equipment inspected and serviced by a qualified propane technician to make sure everything is running as safely and efficiently as possible.

Never try to repair equipment yourself or use equipment that is in need of repair.

For more information to make sure you enjoy all of your propane appliances throughout this season, visit

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