Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson Jr. passed away on Tuesday at the age of 95. He left behind a legacy of winning and success for the Bills organization. More than that, Wilson represented what it means to be an owner for the league and game, not just for one specific franchise. A trendsetter of sorts, his legacy will live on for the ages.
Here are the top-five moments for Ralph Wilson’s Buffalo Bills in his 56-year tenure as their owner.
“I think everybody can look back and reflect,” said Ross, speaking to reporters after the second day of the NFL’s annual meeting. “We all can get caught up in certain things, and you go with it. “But I think he’s an outstanding young man,” Ross continued. “Certainly, an excellent football player. I think he will turn out to be one of the real leaders on our team.”
SUPER CONVERSATION: Seahawks coach Pete Carroll speaks with reporters yesterday during the NFC head coaches breakfast at the NFL’s annual meeting in Orlando, Fla.
Idzik: We recognize Rex has needs at corners
Jets general manager John Idzik acknowledged the team still has a hole to fill at cornerback now that all of the high-profile free-agent options are off the market.
“We recognize we have a need at corner,” Idzik said. “But there’s plenty of road ahead of us before we get to camp.”
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