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Bills Life: T2 and Shady watch ball in the 6

Posted Jan 11, 2018

In this week's column, uncover who took a trip across the border to start the off season, how Bills players felt about Buffalo fans and much more.


T2 and Shady watch ball in the 6

What better way to start the offseason than watching sports. Though it wasn’t football, Buffalo’s very own quarterback Tyrod Taylor and running back LeSean McCoy made a quick trip across the border to watch the Toronto Raptors taken on the Miami Heat basketball game on Tuesday, Jan 9. Lucky for them, the Raptors welcomed them with open arms and even gave them the custom jerseys! The duo wasn’t alone, their teammate running back Taiwan Jones joined the fun! 

Poyer’s pleased with first year in Buffalo

His first season in Buffalo was one-of-a-kind for safety Jordan Poyer. Not only did he excel on the field earning December Defensive Player of the Month, he seemed to have finally found home. In an Instagram Poyer shared on Jan. 7, he expressed his gratitude for all the Bills fan that cheered him on this year. 

Don’t worry Poyer, the love is mutual! 

Enough Buffa-love to go around

As the 2017 season came to a close, many Bills players reflected on the incredible fans that cheered them on through sun and snow this year. Among the many included rookie linebacker Matt Milano, punter Colton Schmidt, defensive end Jerry Hughes and cornerback Lafayette Pitts

Bills Alumni Manager pays local children a visit

Bills Alumni Manager is setting an example in the community! On Jan. 11, Kelly was the guest speaker at Eggert Elementary’s D.A.R.E graduation. The D.A.R.E program invites speakers from the community to guide and encourage children to avoid peer pressure and say no to drugs. After offering the children advice, Kelly signed autographs and hung out with young students. 

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