PHOTO: Bills leave one light on at stadium to honor Ralph Wilson
The Buffalo Bills lost the only owner in franchise history on Tuesday when Ralph Wilson passed away at 95. The team honored him by leaving one light on at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
Buffalo Bills founder and owner Ralph Wilson died on Tuesday at the age of 95. To honor him, the team left one light on at Ralph Wilson Stadium. The stadium in Buffalo has been named after Wilson since 1998.
"I speak for everyone within the Bills organization when I say that we are all suffering a deep and profound sadness with the passing of our Hall of Fame owner Mr. Wilson," Bills CEO and President Russ Brandon said in a statement Tuesday. "We have lost our founder, our mentor, our friend, and this is a very difficult time for us all."
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