Sept. 8 in Bills history: Andre Reed retires

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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.

September 8, 1969 -- VETERAN DEFENSIVE PLAYERS CUT

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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