Even though the Buffalo Bills have had their share of struggles on the field this season, the team continues to do some great work in the community. This Christmas edition of the links includes some highlights of the Bills’ work in the community—headlined by Lorenzo Alexander and Josh Allen. We hope that you all have a fantastic holiday and a very Merry Christmas.
7 reasons why Lorenzo Alexander was named the Bills 2018 Walter Payton Man of the Year
Bills veteran linebacker Lorenzo Alexander has been selected by the Buffalo Bills as the team’s 2018 Walter Payton Man of the Year nominee. Here are seven reasons why.
2018 Walter Payton Man of the Year – Lorenzo Alexander - BuffaloBills.com
For his incredible contribution on and off the field, Lorenzo Alexander is the Buffalo Bills 2018 Walter Payton Man of the Year nominee.
Lorenzo Alexander honored as Buffalo’s Walter Payton Man of the Year honoree 2018 - Buffalo Rumblings
Veteran leader is a finalist for prestigious NFL honor, to be awarded Feb. 2.
One Buffalo Holidays: Kyle Williams and Harrison Phillips in Love Actually - BuffaloBills.com Is it love? The Bills defensive tackles put it to the test.
Inside the Bills: How Josh Allen formed a special bond with fans – The Buffalo News
Allen has lived up to his word in his first professional season.
A My Cause My Cleats Surprise - BuffaloBills.com
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.
Watch: Coach McDermott and Kids of Oishei Children's Hospital design custom New Era knit cap - BuffaloBills.com
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.
Toyota Rookie Club Christmas Party - BuffaloBills.com
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.