March 25, 2014

Buffalo Bills owner and ‘Foolish Club’ member Ralph Wilson Jr. dies at 95

Ralph Wilson Jr., the sole owner of the Buffalo Bills since their inception, and last living member of the “Foolish Club,” which in 1960 founded the American Football League, died Tuesday. He was 95. Wilson was known as the “conscience of the NFL” for his loyalty to fans and the several stands he took against franchise relocation.

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