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Bills Life: Poyer to say, "I do!"


Poyer to say, "I do!"

Sorry ladies… Bills safety Jordan Poyer's heart has been intercepted! This upcoming weekend, Poyer is tying the knot with his fiancé Rachel Bush. The pair will be surrounded by friends and family when they exchange vows in Jamaica.

Bills coaches give back


Buffalo Bills coaches geared up, hairnets included, to spend time passing out lunch to those in need at the Buffalo City Mission. On Tuesday Feb. 13. several coaches including defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier, offensive coordinator Brian Daboll, offensive line/run game coordinator Juan Castillo, quarterbacks David Culley, defensive quality control John Egorgwu, offensive assistant Chad Hall, offensive assistant/defense special projects Mark Lubick, defensive assistant Jimmy Salgado, assistant special teams Matt Smiley, assistant defensive line Aaron Whitecotton joined together to serve an enthusiastic crowd a special Valentine's Day themed meal. The coaches, especially defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier, enjoyed the opportunity to go out and serve the community.  

"For us to be doing this, to be in the community and to see the joy in their faces when they see us serving them, that fills my heart with joy," stated defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier. "Just to be able to serve and see the response we get from them."

In addition to coaches, the Buffalo Bills team Chaplain Len Vanden Bos assisted in distributing food and even spoke to the group prior to lunch.

"The Buffalo City Mission is doing such incredible work and it was a privilege to partner with them," stated Vanden Bos. "Our hope was to brighten the day of some men and women who are in tough situations. By serving a meal and sharing words of encouragement, we hope that they understand that they matter to us."

Staff of the Buffalo City Mission were equally thrilled with the help.  

"They've shown a real history of caring for this community in a great way," stated Buffalo City Mission Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer Stuart Harper. 

Bills linebacker Lorenzo Alexander is at it again!

This past weekend, Alexander accepted a check on behalf of the Brian Moorman P.U.N.T. Foundation. The money donated by a local charity will go towards making a difference in the lives of children with cancer throughout Western New York. Who better to accept the generous check than the Buffalo Bills Walter Payton Man of the Year, an individual who exemplifies what it means to make an impact in the community.

Ferguson is all about family time

There is nothing better than spending time with family, especially for Bills long snapper Reid Ferguson. Ferguson spent quality time with his dad this week at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill basketball game. What better way to spend the offseason than accomplishing bucket list goals!


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