“The Buffalo Bills Youth Foundation broke ground today on the 12th Man Walk of Fame. The new brick walkway will be located inside Gate 2 at Ralph Wilson Stadium and will allow fans and businesses the opportunity to purchase personalized bricks, which will then be featured on the Walk. The proceeds from the walkway will benefit the Bills Youth Foundation and its youth football initiative.”
BillsBeat - July 6, 1999
An avid TBD reader submits his personal interview with WR Kamil Loud.
“Following in the footsteps of such athlete-singers as Shaquille O’Neill, Scott Radinsky, and Jack McDowell, Doug Flutie and his brother Darren have found success in the music field as well as on the athletic fields.”
The report claims that Phillips has backed away from the Pack and is “appparently” deciding between the Raiders and (sigh) the Bills. Here’s a strong wish that the Bills STAY AWAY from Phillips.
Although this is not a Bills related article, it may be of some interest to the masses. The latest Census report shows declines in the region’s 11 largest communities. The city of Buffalo leads the population decline.
This team report has good things to say about the Phillips without a criminal record, and has bad things to say about the Phillips with a sizeable rap-sheet. Many Bills fans will tend to agree on both points.
This edition covers the Bills, Sabres, Destroyers, Bisons, and other Buffalo related topics. Enjoy!
More about LP. Buffalo isn’t mentioned, but there’s a funny anecdote about all-world classy guy Jimmy Johnson.
BillsBeat - July 3, 1999
Matthews makes some very good points in this one. Title says it all.
BillsBeat - July 2, 1999
Key quote from this article: “There’s interest, yeah, but we’re always looking for outstanding players to help this team and if he meets all our criteria.” Unless the usually stringent criteria have changed, there’s no way he’ll be offered a contract.