Prior to Buffalo’s Week 3 win over the Arizona Cardinals, the Bills hosted Alex Breddy, a local, fun-loving 15-year old and his family for an unforgettable day at One Bills Drive.
The Buffalo Bills Toyota Rookie Club, in partnership with USA Football, hosted an unforgettable youth football clinic for over 150 local youngsters.
At each home game during the 2016 season, the Buffalo Bills will honor a military member during the games’ third quarter break presented by BENRUS. The military member honored Week 2 was Corporal Mark O’Brien of the United States Marine Corps.
USA Football, the sport’s national governing body and a member of the U.S. Olympic Committee, and the Buffalo Bills recently awarded football equipment and uniform grants to youth and scholastic football programs throughout the Buffalo area based on merit and need.
The Buffalo Bills recently hosted a group from Camp Good Days in their Community Relations tent at camp.
Mary Rose Carreo, a long-time Buffalo Bills fan who recently celebrated her 100th birthday, came to training camp for an unforgettable experience.
The Buffalo Bills and USA Football recently teamed up to hold a Moms Football Safety Clinic. The third annual event, brought together 50 local youth football moms to promote safety on the field.
A recent tour of Ralph Wilson Stadium, took on extra meaning for the family of a Buffalo native who passed away while in the line of duty.
The spring Health & Wellness Challenge attracted more than 3,300 new participants. A Lake View, NY resident was awarded a grand prize VIP trip to Los Angeles on the team plane.
The Bills kicked off the team's Rookie Transition Program on Monday, June 20 with an exciting trip to the Buffalo Zoo. The players were joined by a group of 50 students from two local schools for an exclusive zoo tour.