Bills Life: Taylor makes SI's 2017 Fashionable 50 list

Posted Jul 15, 2017

In this edition of ‘Bills Life,’ we weigh in on Tyrod Taylor’s latest accolade, how Ryan Davis is supporting his hometown this offseason and discuss a few unique opportunities for Bills fans to get involved with the team.

1. Taylor makes SI’s 2017 Fashionable 50 list

    It’s no secret that Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor has a serious knack for fashion. His unique looks have caught the attention of fans around the league and have recently earned him expert recognition. As detailed in Sports Illustrated’s early look at their 2017 Fashionable 50 list, Taylor will be a member on the second annual list. To find out where he ranks among the rest of the featured fashion aficionados, check back next week on

    In the meantime, here’s a look at some of Taylor’s most memorable game day looks.

    2. Ryan Davis supports students with ‘Back to School Bash’

    Throughout his time in the NFL, Bills defensive end Ryan Davis has made it a priority to give back to the community that he calls home. A Tampa, Florida native, Davis hosted his third annual ‘Back to School Bash,’ on Friday, July 14, where he gave away 500 backpacks filled with school supplies. Hosted at Dowdell Middle School in Tampa, the bash also featured festivities and food for families to enjoy. Through his foundation, Davis aims to continue to help teach and inspire future generations.  

    3. Calling all Bills fans

    Bills fans, we’re working on a new video project and we need your help to make it a success! Regarded as the best in the league, Buffalo’s passionate supporters are the heartbeat of the team. It often goes without saying, but to help capture this unique relationship, we want you to share your Bills story!

    What do the Bills mean to you? How do you represent Buffalo in your daily life? To submit your video testimonial and show off your Bills pride, click here.

    4. Bills alumnus Fowler retires at age 80

    When former Buffalo halfback Wilmer Fowler, a member of the first Bills team, hung up his uniform in 1964, he was ready to embark on a new journey. In 1987, after another retirement, Fowler yet again started a fresh chapter in his life – one that would span three decades. Passionate and dedicated, Fowler eagerly stepped into his role with Erie County, where he would serve as the office’s sole Director of Pistol Permits. Now, after a celebrated 30-year career, Fowler is ready to put his working days behind him at 80 years old.

    A look ahead:

    716 Day

    Tomorrow is #716Day and we’ve got surprises in store to help our fans celebrate our favorite city. Don’t miss out on the fun! Be sure to follow along with the Bills and Sabres on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram starting Sunday morning to find out more.