— The Buffalo Bills announced that Saturday’s game against the Denver Broncos at Ralph Wilson Stadium has not sold out and will be blacked out on local television. Tickets are still available for purchase for this weekend’s Bills-Broncos game and fans may obtain them by going online at buffalobills.com, by visiting Western New York Ticketmaster outlets or the Ralph Wilson Stadium ticket office, or by calling 1-877-BB-TICKS (228-4257). Club seats and other premium seating opportunities are also available.
Thursday, December 22
Practice: 11:00 AM / Open to Media at Approximately 11:00 – 11:20 AM (Stretch & Individual only)
BuffaloBills.com – Bills-Broncos game to be blacked out
BuffaloBills.com – Scott and teammates sing carols for families
BuffaloBills.com – Dareus set to make good on draft day statement
BuffaloBills.com – Bills get heavy fan Pro Bowl support
Buffalo News – Spending on the Bills is on the rise
Buffalo News – Injured QB will be guest of Tebow
Rochester D&C – Buffalo Bills’ Ryan Fitzpatrick says the boos are well-deserved
Associated Press – Bills’ home finale vs. Broncos blacked out on TV
Associated Press – Denver (8-6) at Buffalo (5-9)
AFC East Blog (ESPN.com) – Can the Bills stop Tim Tebow?
Inside the Bills Blog
Broncos injury report, Bills injury report, Chandler & Stevie limited, McGahee full go for Broncos, Bills-Broncos blacked out, Fitz not opposed to upping tempo
Pro Football Talk – Tebowmania can’t block a Buffalo blackout
Bills Beat Blog (WGR) – Johnson Returns, Chandler Has “Decent Chance”
QUOTE OF THE DAY
Head Coach Chan Gailey
On the challenges that Denver’s defense presents:
They’ve got great outside rushers. That’s one of the things they have going for them is they have those two speed guys off the edge. That’s a challenge for our offensive line. A lot of times you might just say that’s a challenge for our tackles but it’s a challenge for our whole offensive line because if we slide one way we’ve got to get some help. It’ll be a challenge for everybody. And they’ll put one of those two guys inside from time to time as well.
THIS DAY IN BILLS HISTORY
December 22, 1959 — FIRST GENERAL MANAGER HIRED
Dick Gallagher, former Cleveland Browns assistant coach and director of personnel, was named Bills’ first general manager.
PHOTO OF THE DAY
The Buffalo Bills offensive linemen treated 20 young men (ages 12-16) to a Holiday Shopping Spree at Macy’s in the Galleria Mall. The young men belong to the Closing the Gap Schools in the Buffalo Public School System.
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