Buffalo Bills owner Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. has ensured that Sunday's home game against the New York Jets will not be blacked out, the team announced on Friday morning. President and CEO Russ Brandon tweeted the details: Wilson bought out the remaining tickets, and fans can pick up two of them for a $25 donation to the Wounded Warriors Project at area NOCO Express stations today.
Our HOF owner Ralph Wilson Jr., a @USNavy veteran, guaranteed a sellout. $25 tix are available at @NocoExpress & all proceeds go to @wwpinc— Russ Brandon (@RussBrandon) November 15, 2013
Visit http://t.co/0lXWd9exbX for ticket distribution info re: participating @NocoExpress locations.— Russ Brandon (@RussBrandon) November 15, 2013
While the game did not sell out, this is a great way for #Bills fans to support our Salute to Service initiative & @wwpinc! #NFLSalute— Russ Brandon (@RussBrandon) November 15, 2013
The move from the organization also ensures that the NFL won't see its first blacked out game this weekend.
Buffalo has only one remaining game at Ralph Wilson Stadium this season - a December 22 tilt with the Miami Dolphins.