Bills-Lions game to be blacked out locally

Orchard Park, NY – The Buffalo Bills announced today that Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions at Ralph Wilson Stadium has not sold out and will be blacked out on local television.

Tickets are still available for purchase for this weekend's Bills-Lions matchup and fans may obtain tickets by going online at buffalobills.com, by visiting Western New York Ticketmaster outlets or the Ralph Wilson Stadium ticket office, or by calling 1-877-BB-TICKS.  Club seats and other premium seating opportunities are also available.

The Buffalo Bills, Salvation Army and M&T Bank have teamed together again for the 25th Anniversary of the Gift of Warmth Campaign.  Fans attending the game on Sunday are encouraged to donatenew hats, gloves, scarves, mittens at any entrance to the stadium or at any M&T Bank branch from November 29th – December 31st.  The Salvation Army is in particular need of gloves for teenagers.

In addition, the Bills will honor members of the military in a special pregame recognition of Veteran's Day.  Finally, Ruben Brown, Bills eight-time Pro Bowl offensive lineman will receive the Ralph C. Wilson Distinguished Service Award during pregame ceremonies.

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