The Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Distinguished Service Award was established by the Monday Quarterback Club in 1986 to honor meritorious service to the Bills.
The prestigious on- and off-the-field honor has been awarded to the veteran running back and community all-star.
A fan vote will determine captains for annual squad that honors the best technique for young players to emulate.
Each NFL team nominated one player for the award, which will recognize annually NFL players who exemplify outstanding sportsmanship on the field.
The Bills teamed up with NFL Foundation and the Detroit Lions to make a $137,000 donation supporting local disaster relief.
A Hamburg resident was awarded Super Bowl tickets for completing the inaugural Independent Health and Buffalo Bills Health & Wellness Challenge.
The Bills owner will be one of seven members on the board of the non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of those involved in the game of football.
The Detroit Lions will host a 50/50 raffle during the Bills-Jets game to benefit the Western and Central New York Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund.
Bills players and coaches donated $45,000 to fund Thanksgiving meals for 800 families in the WNY area.
Week four stats from the Independent Health and Buffalo Bills Health and Wellness Challenge show continued commitment to exercise and good nutrition.