The Buffalo Bills / NFL Junior Player Development (J.P.D.) program takes place each year in Western New York between the months of April and August. JPD is an introductory / developmental youth tackle football program for 12-14 year olds. The program is designed to teach every participant, every position,through a step-by-step progression of skill instruction packaged in a re-adaptive, fun and entertaining manner.
RISE, Bills unite diverse high school football teams, empower leaders for racial equity
Harrison Phillips, Leslie Frazier and Legend Lorenzo Alexander connected with WNY athletes to discuss diversity.
Bills to host '50-Yard Finish' 5K race on Friday, Sept. 24
The race will take place on-site in Orchard Park this year.
Bills coaches lift spirits on visit to Buffalo City Mission
A group of coaches served meals at Buffalo City Mission earlier this week.
Bills named 'NFL Team of the Year' award by Pop Warner
The youth football organization recognized the team for its commitment to the community and support of the country's youth.
Bills Support Buffalo's Youth with a Book Donation
The books were purchased from Burning Books, a local owned store
Bills support Black Restaurant Week with donations to local non-profit organizations
The Bills are helping to shine a light on Buffalo's black-owned businesses during Black History Month.
Bills Foundation to hold a sweepstakes for divisional round playoff tickets
Find out how fans can win tickets to the Bills vs. Ravens game.
Orchard Park's Craig Dana, Gates Chili's Jason Benham earn Coach of the Week honors
The Bills and ADPRO Sports partner each week to recognize coaches for their work on and off the field.
West Seneca West's Mike Vastola, Mynderse Academy's Joe Caraher earn Coach of the Week honors
The Bills and ADPRO Sports team up each week to recognize coaches for their work on and off the field.
Bills support charitable causes with 'My Cause, My Cleats' campaign
Players will wear custom cleats supporting a charity of their choice against the Steelers on Sunday Night Football.
Harrison Phillips selected as Buffalo's Walter Payton Man of the Year nominee
The defensive tackle's contributions include donating meals to healthcare workers and helping provide internet to BPS students.