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Bills Life: Reed to debut on ‘Celebrity Family Feud’

Posted Jul 8, 2017

In this week’s Bills Life, find out more about Bills Hall of Fame wide receiver Andre Reed’s upcoming appearance on ‘Celebrity Family Feud,’ how Sammy Watkins is spending his free time and more.


1. Reed to debut on ‘Celebrity Family Feud’

Bills Hall of Famer Andre Reed will be putting his game show skills to the test this Sunday, as he stars as a contestant on ‘Celebrity Family Feud.’ The upcoming episode will feature Reed and a team of four other NFL Legends, including Marshall Faulk, Anthony Munoz, Rod Woodson, Derrick Brooks, taking on five current players for charity. Lining the roster for the NFLPA All-Stars team is Le’Veon Bell, Joe Thomas, Patrick Peterson, Derrick Johnson and DeAndre Hopkins. Hosted by comedian Steve Harvey, the show will kick off at 8 p.m. EST on ABC. Tune in to find out which team will win it all!

2. Incognito joins ‘Undisputed’

Bills guard Richie Incognito is a man of many talents and the Pro Bowler recently put another on display, as he joined the cast of the popular sports talk show ‘Undisputed.’ Incognito and hosts Skip Bayless, Shannon Sharpe and Joy Taylor weighed in on some of the hottest topics around the league.

Good times with Skip, Shannon, and Joy @undisputedonfs1 @foxsports1

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3. Watkins takes the wheel

During the weeks leading up to training camp, it’s common for NFL players to enjoy a little rest and relaxation with their family and friends. Bills wide receiver Sammy Watkins is no different and recently embarked on a tropical adventure of his own with his fiancé and two daughters. While soaking up the sunshine, Watkins decided to try his hand at a new position – pilot. The wide out shared the fun memories on Instagram.

A look ahead:

Cardale Jones holds free youth camp

Bills quarterback Cardale Jones has always stayed true to his Ohio roots. Committed to giving back to his hometown community, Jones will be hosting a free youth camp next Saturday, July 15, at Columbus Academy in Gahanna, Ohio. The one-day event will allow youngsters in grades one through 12 to learn football’s fundamentals from Jones. For registration information, visit here.

 

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