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Sept. 8 in Bills history: Andre Reed retires



September 8, 2001 - ANDRE REED RETURNS, RETIRES**

WR Andre Reed signed a one-day contract and retired as a member of the Buffalo Bills.

September 8, 1991 - BILLS PILE 52 POINTS ON STEELERS

The Bills notched their second-highest scoring output ever in a 52-34 rout of Pittsburgh at Rich Stadium. Jim Kelly set team records with six touchdown passes, including four to Don Beebe, and 31 completions.


The Bills released veteran linebacker Marty Schottenheimer and defensive end Tom Day. September 8, 1964 -- MILLER TRADED TO OAKLAND

Wide receiver Bill Miller, who set a team record with 69 receptions in 1963, was traded to the Oakland Raiders for a draft choice. September 8, 1975 - NFL DRAFT RULED ILLEGAL

A federal judge in Washington ruled that the NFL's college draft was illegal because it violated anti-trust laws. The NFL promised an appeal. September 8, 1998 - THE BROWNS ARE BACK

The NFL announced that it would be returning to Cleveland in 1999 when the new Browns would begin play as an expansion team. September 8, 2002 -- BILLS LOSE TO JETS ON OVERTIME KICKOFF RETURN

The Bills lost a heart-breaking 37-31 season opener to the visiting NY Jets when Chad Morton returned the overtime kickoff all the way for a TD. It was Morton's second KO return for a TD in the game.

September 8, 1963 -- OLD TEAM HAUNTS KEMP

Quarterback Jack Kemp threw three interceptions against the San Diego Chargers in San Diego as the Bills lost, 14-10.

Photos of former Bills WR and All-time NFL great Andre Reed.

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