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Tyrod planning to practice Wednesday

Posted by Chris Brown on October 20, 2015 – 9:30 am

Bills QB Tyrod Taylor was moving from station to station with a group of Play 60 kids at the Tottenham Hotspur Football Club training facility during an NFL Play 60 event Tuesday with Tottenham and Buffalo players participating. Taylor said it’s his plan to practice Wednesday.

“My mindset right now is to get out there (Wednesday) and practice,” said Taylor. “I’m looking forward to it.”

Taylor said he prepared for last week’s game like he always did, but in the end it didn’t happen.

“I prepared as if I was going to play and just let the coaches make the decision, and of course the trainers as well,” Taylor said. “It’s some of my say-so as well since it’s my body, but the best decision after talking to the trainers was to not go out there (last Sunday).”

As for how his injured knee is faring now more than a week removed from being hurt, Taylor is encouraged by the knee’s improvement.

“It’s progressed each and every day,” said Taylor. “My body is feeling good and I’m just looking forward to get back out there and practicing. I want to do whatever I can do to help the team to win the football game. If I’m healthy to go out there and do that then I’m going to try my best out there on the field. The main thing is that I’m healthy and I feel good.”


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Moats reinforces importance of breakfast

Posted by Buffalo Bills on March 29, 2013 – 10:11 am


With his characteristic energy and positive attitude, Bills linebacker Arthur Moats went out in the community today to congratulate the kids at North Park Middle School in Lockport on their school-wide engagement in a Fuel Up to Play 60 initiative.

Local dairy farmers, through the American Dairy Association and Dairy Council, awarded Moats’ visit for the school’s participation in the Breakfast in the Classroom program.

While at the school, he observed the program first hand and spoke to the students, reinforcing the importance of eating breakfast. He also met with teachers to commend them on being positive role models in helping their students work towards overall wellness and academic success.

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Help a Super Parent

Posted by Chris Brown on December 9, 2011 – 11:46 am

Help Bills fan and Super Parent Play 60 supporter Jennelle Nadler become the Ultimate P&G Super Parent and win a trip to the 2012 Pro Bowl on behalf of NFL PLAY 60 and P&G!

The contest is part of the NFL Play 60 Super Parent contest with nominees from each NFL city. Nadler, who also represents her kid’s school H.O. Brumsted elementary, needs your vote.

Go to to vote.  You can vote once every day from December 8-15.

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