Sheriff Howard shares his four points for behavior inside Ralph Wilson Stadium.
Bills Legend Fred Jackson tests the friendship between two fans to try to upgrade their seats on game day, presented by Bud Light.
Offensive tackle Dion Dawkins discusses his favorite concert and the best advice he's ever received in this edition of What's the Scoop, presented by Perry's Ice Cream.
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Each home game Bills' players will select a local organization that enriches our community. This week, the players have chosen to recognize United Way of Buffalo and Erie County. The United Way of Buffalo and Erie County is a great community partner of the NFL and the Buffalo Bills, connecting our players with people and organizations in our community. In 2017, United Way celebrated their centennial anniversary--100 years of working together--and they will continue to connect families, and those who are struggling, to resources that lift them up to ensure a healthy community for the next 100 years.
Take a behind the scenes look at the custom New Era knit cap designed by Bills HC Sean McDermott and kids of the John R. Oishei Children's Hospital. These unique knits are now available at the Bills store online and at the New Era Field location. The knits cost $25 and for each one sold, $5 will benefit the John R. Oishei Children’s Hospital.
Rookie Harrison Phillips discusses some of his off-the-field talents and food preferences in this edition of What's the Scoop, presented by Perry's Ice Cream.
For his incredible contribution on and off the field, Lorenzo Alexander is the Buffalo Bills 2018 Walter Payton Man of the Year nominee.
Dion Dawkins invited Jack Frost, a friend of the Bills through Oishei Children’s Hospital, to decorate his cleats for My Cause My Cleats. What Jack didn’t know is that Dawkins and Josh Allen had some big surprises planned.
The Buffalo Bills players and coaches donated enough money to purchase 600 meals for families in our community. Meals were packaged and distributed by players, significant others and staff at the Food Bank of WNY.
Bills Safety Micah Hyde and his IMagINe for Youth Foundation hosted a Thanksgiving dinner for Western New York youth from the United Way of Buffalo & Erie County.
Get to know the wide receiver a little better as he answers 20 questions about himself, presented by Perry's Ice Cream.
On the night of his jersey retirement, Bills legend Thurman Thomas surprised long-time Season Ticket Members with tickets to the 2019 Super Bowl.
Pancho Billa passes along a personal message from Bills Fans everywhere ahead of the Jets game on Sunday.
The Buffalo Bills visited the SPCA Serving Erie County with military veterans as part of the team’s Salute to Service initiative.
Relive the ceremony as legendary Bills' RB Thurman Thomas had his number retired.
Each home game Bills' players will select a local organization that enriches our community. This week the players have chosen to recognize the Matt Urban Hope Center. The Matt Urban Hope Center provides a series of programming to those who are homeless, or in danger of becoming homeless.
Eric Wood returns to test just how close two best friends really are, and reward them with the ultimate upgrade, presented by Bud Light.
Who Knows Thurman the best? His teammates and family answer questions about the Hall of Fame Running Back.
Safety Jordan Poyer visits Safelite AutoGlass on his day off, and surprises a customer at home when he helps with her windshield repair.
As part of the social justice initiative, over 20 Bills players visited various community centers throughout Buffalo to inspire and encourage local youth.
Jerry Hughes talks about his life on and off the field during his drive home from practice, presented by Hunt Real Estate.
In partnership with Great Lakes Cancer Care and the American Cancer Society, the Buffalo Bills honored 40 cancer survivors, their care givers, and Bills legends in a pregame ceremony on October 7th.
QB Josh Allen, FB Pat DiMarco, LB Lorenzo Alexander, and TE Logan Thomas are honoring those affected by cancer that are close to their hearts for the NFL's Crucial Catch Week.
In honor of Crucial Catch week, the Buffalo Bills partnered with ECMC, Kaleida Health, and Great Lakes Cancer Care to host a series of special events for local cancer survivors and their caretakers.
Jim Kelly returned to the hospital where he was treated to surprise cancer patients and survivors. His advice: never give up.