1. Here come the Hydes
Safety Micah Hyde celebrated his marriage to Amanda Kamiksisian last week with a beautiful ceremony surrounded by family and friends in Laguna Niguel, California. The two were photographed dancing the night away, smiling from ear to ear. There were even some familiar Bills faces in attendance to witness all the fun unfold. Safety Jordan Poyer revealed some of the night's festivities on his Instagram story, showing his excitement and pride for the newlyweds. The couple even decided to cut the cake in a less conventional way. Instead of feeding each other slices of cake, the Hyde's were seen feeding one another a cheeseburger at their one-of-a-kind celebration. The event proved one to remember for everyone in attendance.
2. Boettger seals the deal
Bills offensive tackle Ike Boettger got down on one knee and popped "the question" for his special lady this past week. Boettger, who proposed to his girlfriend Katie Gettman on the fourth of July, could not be more excited to share the news with his Instagram followers. This has been a long time coming for the couple of over five years.
Boettger added to his proposal announcement, "Third time's a charm I guess."
Gettman, however, looked nothing less than thrilled by the question, making this holiday unforgettable for the duo.
3. DiMarco welcomes his baby girl to the world
At 7:37 a.m. on July 5, fullback Pat DiMarco became a father again. DiMarco welcomed his baby girl, Sutton Wynne DiMarco, into the world alongside his wife, Kristin. The couple was beaming with excitement as they announced that their son, Weston, is eager to take on his role as big brother. As their family grew by one more, friends and loved ones shared their congratulations and support on Instagram.
4. Bray returns to roots to host camp
"He's coming home," said The LaGrange Daily News regarding Bills wide receiver Quan Bray and his youth football camp.
The free one-day camp will take place today, Saturday, July 14, from 9 a.m. to noon at Bray's alma mater, Callaway High School in Hogansville, Georgia. Boys and girls ages eight to 17 are encouraged to attend. The event is hosted by Bray's All-Purpose Foundation, through which he hopes to inspire youth to set their goals high and show them that they can accomplish them. This camp is particularly special to Bray as he takes this message back to his hometown. For more information, check out Bray's social media pages.