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Take a look back at one of the Buffalo Bills' most passionate fans, who exemplified what it meant to be a part of Bills Mafia.
We were proud to celebrate our renewed partnership with M&T Bank by visiting Highgate Heights, a school supported by M&T's Promise Neighborhood initiative!
In honor of Mother's Day, Bills QB's Josh Allen and Matt Barkley surprised six mothers of deployed service members at a local hibachi restaurant.
In conjunction with the NFL’s Inspire Change Initiative, 26 Bills players participated in five visits throughout the Buffalo community to engage in different programs benefiting education advancement, as well as present donations from funds raised through the Bills social justice initiative.
Take an inside look at the first day of free agency as the Bills added 8 new players to the roster.
The newest members of the Buffalo Bills joined owner Kim Pegula on a tour of the in-progress Sports Performance Center, led by Head Strength & Conditioning coach Eric Ciano.
14 coaches from the Buffalo Bills staff served a special Valentines Day themed lunch at the Buffalo City Mission.
The Buffalo Bills organization showcased their commitment to the Western New York community by hosting health and wellness programs, supporting the military, raising cancer awareness, encouraging social responsibility, and much more.
Bills DT Kyle Williams found one of his biggest fans at the Pro Bowl in Orlando, but can she pass his quiz?
A compilation of some of the best fan reaction videos as the Bills clinched a playoff berth with a Cincinnati Bengals victory over the Baltimore Ravens on New Year's Eve 2017.
Watch now to see which pair of Bills super fans won tickets to Super Bowl LIII in a race around Western New York.
With the grand prize of four tickets to Super Bowl LIII on the line, four teams of Bills super fans raced around Western New York competing in both physical and mental challenges. Watch now to see who is leading the pack!
From his hobbies of bowling and photography, to the reason he hates shopping, get to know Jordan Phillips as he answers 20 questions about himself, presented by Perry's Ice Cream.
Many Bills players were out in the community delivering presents, hosting parties, and shopping with kids to spread holiday cheer this season.
Check out all the outtakes from our holiday videos.
Is it love? The Bills defensive tackles put it to the test.
Bills WR Zay Jones reenacts a scene from the movie Elf.
For their final event of the 2018 season, the Buffalo Bills Toyota Rookie Club, along with some of the team's veteran players, invited more than 120 children from local community organizations for a holiday extravaganza at the Hamburg Fairgrounds.
You’ve heard of the Tre White Goalie Academy. Now watch Marty Biron, Kyle Okposo, Rasmus Ristolainen and Tre’Davious White himself behind-the-scenes as they promote the finest hockey academy in North America.
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.
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.