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Bills Daily Charge – June 29

Posted by Bills Daily Charge on June 29, 2011 – 11:40 am

The Buffalo Legacy Project, which is focused on designing a modern, multi-purpose athletic field for residents in South Buffalo, will receive a $200,000 grant from the Buffalo Bills as part of the National Football League Grassroots Program, it was announced yesterday.

The grant, awarded by the Bills, the NFL Youth Football Fund and Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), is part of $2.5 million in field refurbishment awards allocated this year. It will be used to install a new synthetic turf field at Mulroy Park, which will be one element of a multipurpose recreation and community facility featuring football, health and wellness programs, and education spaces.

On behalf of the NFL Youth Football Fund and the Buffalo Bills, over one million dollars in grants have been awarded to community facilities since 1998. 

DAILY LINKS –  Chris Brown: Kelly football camp turns 24 (AFC East blog) – Tim Graham ranks Stevie Johnson as the 19th best player in the division (AFC East blog) – Best of AFC East: Stevie Johnson best celebrator

Buffalo Business First – Reaction is upbeat to new Bills jerseys; Nearly 18,000 people from more than 60 countries viewed the ceremony

Audio/Video Links – Jersey Unveiling Time Lapse Video

WHTK (Rochester ) – Russ Brandon joins John DiTullio to discuss the new uniform and training camp

The Score 1260AM (Syracuse) – Russ Brandon joins On the Block with Brent Axe

Additional Clips
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C.J. resting after working, 1st Gridiron Greats camp, Military HSPD connection, Kelly keeping eye on Fitz, Stevie’s big day at ESPN

NFL.comKyle Williams named on Pat Kirwan’s top interior defensive linemen list

National Football PostGreg Gabriel calls Arthur Moats a potential impact second-year player

Goal-line Stand (The Score in Toronto) – Brad Gagnon ranks Kyle Williams as the sixth-best run stopper in the NFL

Ralph Wilson, Jr., Buffalo Bills chairman and president, on the $200,000 grant for a multi-purpose athletic field to be built in South Buffalo — “The Buffalo Bills are proud to support the construction of athletic fields in the Western New York community and assist in providing our youth with safe and accessible places to play.  We look forward to continuing our partnership with the NFL Youth Football Fund and LISC to help develop recreational areas in our community.”


Bills CEO Russ Brandon poses with Chet Osadchey of Citadel Communications after delivering some new Bills jerseys.

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