Bills "Top 10" television series returns to MSG on Monday, June 11

For the second consecutive year, Buffalo Bills Entertainment will give fans an in-depth look into Bills history with the "Top 10" series, presented by Aesthetic Associates Centre. The three-part series will kick off on Monday, June 11, with the "Top 10 Trades in Bills History." The two remaining installments will feature the "Top 10 Free Agent Signings in Bills History" and the "Top 10 Individual Seasons in Bills History."

The show will present viewers with a fresh take on the moments that have come to define the Bills franchise. Throughout each episode, the team's storied past will come to life as fans gain access to exclusive interviews, and in some cases, hearing directly from the individuals that were involved.

Spanning over five decades, "Top 10 Trades in Bills History" takes you on journey as far back as the early 1960s with then head coach Lou Saban initiating a trade for linebacker Harry Jacobs. The episode will also highlight a deal that Bills fans are undoubtedly familiar with – the 2015 trade that brought All-Pro LeSean McCoy to Buffalo's backfield.

The next episode in the "Top 10" series will delve into one of the league's hottest topics – free agency. Examining some of the Bills most successful free agent signings, the episode showcases how impactful the NFL's free agency period can be. The series will wrap up with a tribute to outstanding individual seasons. While it truly takes a team to win, achievements on the field wouldn't be possible without the continued effort of individual players. The "Top 10 Individual Seasons in Bills History" provides fans with more than 20 interviews, features two Defensive MVP performances and includes four Pro Football Hall of Famers.

All shows will air on MSG at 8 p.m. The full show schedule is below:

Monday, June 11 – Top 10 Trades in Bills History

Monday, June 18 – Top 10 Free Agent Signings in Bills History

Monday, June 25 – Top 10 Individual Seasons in Bills History

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