Bills took time to mourn with the city of Buffalo

Buffalo Bill members visit a memorial near Tops Supermarket where ten people were killed last Saturday, May 18, 2022 in Buffalo, New York.  While visiting the area, the team members greeted the residents and fans with flowers.  Ten people were killed and three others were injured when a gunman opened fire on a shop.  The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a crowd of mourners.
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Buffalo Bill has a strong bond with fans in their hometown.

Whether the Bill Mafia wins or loses.

They cheered at the top of their lungs in every big game and comforted the squad if they were small.

It’s hard to see a more intimate relationship between the team and the fans than Bill.

One of the most touching manifestations of this affection is a grant from the Josh Allen Foundation.

Following the team’s overtime loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in last season’s divisional round game, Bill’s fans have donated $ 178,000 to Oishee Children’s Hospital.

Despite an impressive performance against the Chiefs, the quarterback was going through a difficult time as his grandmother died.

That family feeling has made it easier for the team and the city to build a new stadium to keep the bills where they are.

Therefore, it is not surprising that the team is mourning Buffalo at a difficult time.

Bill show support in times of grief

The NFL’s official Twitter page said, “Bill players lay flowers at the memorial for victims of Saturday’s targeted shootings against the Black community.”

Bill’s players and coaches gave flowers to those who lost their lives on that terrible day.

They also said a prayer while wearing a black shirt that read “Choose love.”

It’s a comforting gesture to see these players connect with their city, even in unfortunate times.

Buffalo greets them with open arms, helping them embrace those who have lost loved ones, especially in the African-American community.

It shows that their link goes out of the game and their relationship is not limited to player-fan.

Instead, Bills has proven that they are like the closest neighbors to their supporters.

Winning the Super Bowl LVII would be a great gesture to ease Buffalo’s pain.

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