Ralph C. Wilson Jr., the last surviving founder of the American Football League and only original AFL owner who had kept his team, New York’s Buffalo Bills, in its originating city, has died. He was 95.
The long-term future of the National Football League’s Buffalo Bills is unclear a week after the death of owner Ralph C. Wilson Jr.
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