Jacobs family reportedly leads list of Bills suitors with local ties - City & Region - The Buffalo News
Remembering Mr. Wilson
Yesterday, the Buffalo Bills put on an incredible event memorializing team founder Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. From the complete setup of his One Bills Drive office in the middle of the field house to the pictures of his childhood, AFL and AFC Championship trophies, and a guest book to sign, the team did a first-class job honoring their owner even on a short time window. Mrs. Wilson greeting fans at the end of the exhibit was also extremely heart-warming. Prior to the fan event, current and former players and team employees gathered to tell stories, as well. I've included our photo gallery here, but make sure you check out the others, too.
Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. memorial photo gallery - Buffalo Rumblings
I attended the remembrance of Ralph Wilson on Saturday. Here is a collection of my pictures from the event.
Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Memorial - Photo Gallery - BuffaloBills.com
Photos from inside the exhibits and above it all.
Bills Focus: A Celebration of Ralph Wilson's Life - VIDEO - BuffaloBills.com
"Bills fans, plus current and former players and employees gathered in the Fieldhouse in Orchard Park on Saturday afternoon, to celebrate the life of Buffalo's Hall of Fame owner, Ralph Wilson Jr."
Bruce Smith, Frank Reich reflect on Ralph - BuffaloBills.com
"Two former Bills share memories of the former Bills owner, who they say was their boss and their friend."
Mary Wilson thanks Bills fans for their support - BuffaloBills.com
"I want to take this opportunity to thank Bills fans and people everywhere for their tremendous outpouring of love for Ralph. Their heartfelt condolences and warm wishes have truly been a comfort for me, Ralph’s daughters Christy and Dee Dee, Mary Owen and the entire Wilson family during this difficult time."
WGR 550 SportsRadio - Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Remembrance, 4/5/14
"All pictures by Joe Buscaglia"
WGR 550 SportsRadio - Audio: Bills Players Past & Present Talk Ralph
Eric Wood, Kevin Everett, Bruce Smith, and Frank Reich discuss their owner.
Buffalo Bills fans, players pay tribute to late owner Ralph Wilson - ESPN
"With Frank Sinatra -- Wilson's favorite -- playing over the loudspeakers, and an array of photos, trophies and souvenirs spread throughout the team's practice facility, former and current players, employees and thousands of fans paid their respects to the team's founder, who died at his home in Grosse Pointe Shores, Mich., on March 25."
Bills fans pay tribute to Ralph Wilson - Democrat and Chronicle
"The floor of the fieldhouse was turned into a memorabilia shrine that included dozens of historic photos of Wilson, various mementos, awards, and trophies, and a replication of his old stadium office with the original desk, chairs, and sofas arranged as they always were."
Gilmore ready for - shhhhhh - breakout year | Rock Hill Herald Online
"I really like to let my game do the talking," said Gilmore, who was selected by the Buffalo Bills’ ninth overall in the 2012 draft. "I guess I talk on the field but I don’t actually try to promote myself or nothing like that."
Bills tackle needs with free agency - Olean Times Herald: Sports
Chuck Pollack recaps free agency.
Erin Kelly: 'Awesome' time attending Knicks game with dad - WGRZ via Democrat and Chronicle
"Erin Kelly talks about her surprise night out at the Knicks game with her dad, Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly."
Putting the Chris Johnson trade "discussions" in context | ProFootballTalk
"Per a source with knowledge of the "discussions" had between the Titans and one of the four teams identified, the talks with that team went like this: (1) the Titans called the team to see if there was any interest; (2) the team said it would think about it; and (3) the team called back and said no thanks."
Inside The Bills | Frank Reich emotional about friend Jim Kelly
"It’s hard," he said. "When I heard the cancer was back, my first thought was that he’s going to beat it because he’s Jim. Then you hear all the pain and the suffering he’s going through and you think about his family. Probably about five days ago it really hit me. Not living here and not eating and sleeping and drinking it every night, I finally had my moment. I was just sobbing in my bedroom on my knees next to my bed praying for him and his family."
Everett finds peace as a husband and dad - Sports - The Buffalo News
"You know when your foot goes to sleep? That’s how his body feels all day," his wife, Wiande, said Saturday. "He blocks out that pain. I see him trying to be so strong, but I know it hurts. He doesn’t complain. He’s just thankful that he’s here. That’s the main thing that I admire about him."