Jerry Sullivan of The Buffalo News reported on Sunday that the Buffalo Bills are currently planning a celebration for the 1964-65 AFL championship Bills teams, to take place during a Week 1 home game against the Indianapolis Colts.
Last year was the 50th anniversary of the Bills' 1964 AFL championship, but the team held off on holding a celebration due to the team's ownership situation; at that time, the team was still for sale following the passing of founder Ralph C. Wilson, Jr., and Terry and Kim Pegula had not yet completed their purchase of the franchise.
Things are much more settled this year, obviously, and with it being the 50th anniversary of the '65 AFL championship, the Bills will be honoring both teams on September 13, per Sullivan. The Bills have not, however, made anything official yet.
Sullivan also reports that the door is open for two figures from those AFL teams, Cookie Gilchrist and Lou Saban, to join the team's Wall of Fame this year. We're talking about that separate issue in this post.