1. Sunday Funday: Hauschka family style
Bills kicker Stephen Hauschka, his wife and his 9-month-old son, Jones, spent some quality time together this past weekend when they paid a visit to Horseshoe Falls. They took in the breathtaking sights and sounds of Western New York's nature but most of all enjoyed each other's company. Father and son bonding never looked so peaceful.
2. Bills Women's Association cooks for a cause
In the week leading up to Memorial Day Weekend, the Buffalo Bills Women's Association got crafty in the kitchen, cooking meals for a great cause. The group, which included Hayley Beane, wife of General Manager Brandon Beane, and Marie Schoen, wife of Assistant General Manager Joe Schoen, visited Kevin Guest House in downtown Buffalo. The organization, viewed as a second home for those traveling for medical purposes, aims to provide a comfortable experience for those in need. While on-site, the women also delivered homemade desserts and meals for the patients and their families to enjoy throughout the holiday.
3. Lawson escorts his mom down the aisle
Proud son and Bills defensive end Shaq Lawson had the honor of walking his mother down the aisle on her big day. It was a special occasion for Lawson and his mother, who shared in an Instagram post that he's never seen her so happy before. The event was joyous all around, particularly for Lawson, who got to show off his dance moves at the reception following the beautiful ceremony.
4. Schmidt pairs with P.U.N.T Foundation
Bills punter Colton Schmidt recently attended Country Parkway Elementary School's Fun Run to help raise money for Brian Moorman's P.U.N.T. Foundation. Schmidt got to play catch with some of the children at the event, which featured colored chalking, dancing, and ice cream cones. Amongst all the fun, Parkway Elementary and Schmidt helped raise thousands of dollars for local kids fighting cancer. The event proved to be a huge success within the Western New York Community.
5. King McCoy
Millions tuned in to view the highly anticipated royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on Saturday, May 18. As many, including Bills running back LeSean McCoy, watched in awe, they undoubtedly pondered what it would be like to experience the event for themselves. King of Buffalo's backfield, McCoy has hopes of scoring a royal union of his own. While watching the event with his son, McCoy took his excitement to Instagram, admiring the big moment that enthusiasts continue to obsess over.