Over 25 Bills players hosted 300 children for the Play 60 Challenge Fitness Party with partners in the Independent Health Foundation and American Heart Association.
Highlights included competition in ADPRO Sports Training Center, meet and greet with Kiko Alonso, lunch in the team cafeteria, Nike and New Era gifts and Stampede Row before the Packers game.
The Bills players and representatives from the Independent Health Foundation and the American Heart Association hosted 300 elementary school students to celebrate the completion of the Play 60 Challenge.
The Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Distinguished Service Award was established by the Monday Quarterback Club in 1986 to honor meritorious service to the Bills.
The prestigious on- and off-the-field honor has been awarded to the veteran running back and community all-star.
A fan vote will determine captains for annual squad that honors the best technique for young players to emulate.
The Buffalo Bills Toyota Rookie Club hosted 100 children from 10 local organizations at the winter-wonderland themed Jim Kelly Club at Ralph Wilson Stadium for the annual Buffalo Bills Holiday Party for Children.