Buffalo Bills to auction off surplus items Have you ever asked yourself

“How can I get my hands on one of those padded doughnut things they use on the goal posts so no one gets hurt running into them?” You have? That’s weird. Anyway http://www.billsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-jordan-mills-jersey , today’s your lucky day! Or rather, September 10th through the 20th are your lucky days. The Buffalo Bills are partnering with Cash Realty and Auctions to sell off some stuff they don’t need anymore. Goalpost doughnuts included! Not satisfied with just the doughnut, well come on in and place a bid on the full pad set. There’s no shortage of quirky items on the list. To go with the doughnuts and post pads, a statue of a referee signaling a touchdown might suit your fancy. Maybe you’d like a ten-foot tall horse statue. They gotcha covered!It’s not all bizarre though, and there’s sure to be some heavy bidding on some very cool items. A lot of the Paul Maguire Club decorations will be up for sale, including quite a few signed posters. Signs for various snacks such as pizza would be a nice addition for the right fan’s setup. Signed plexiglass and metal pictures with quotes from various Bills’ legends would make for a great addition for any collection. The star of the show for this auction might be a custom chopper used by none other than Billy Buffalo! The bike is listed as being in working condition and comes with the original owners manual from Reaper Choppers. Other items include seats, stools, tables http://www.billscheapshop.com/cheap-authentic-micah-hyde-jersey , gold turf cutouts from the NFL’s 50th season celebration and more. You can preview the items now by clicking here.Bills Links, 9/7: All eyes on Brian Daboll and the Buffalo offense The Buffalo Bills open the 2018 season with a new offensive coordinator in Brian Daboll, and fans are curious to see what the team’s new offense will look like this season. It is safe to say that Daboll installed a relatively “vanilla” offense during the preseason, so it will be interesting to see how creative things look against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.Today’s links also has plenty of updates on the defense with highlights of the cornerback competition, Trent Murphy, Star Lotulelei and much more.Daboll: Peterman will have the freedom he needs to run the offense | WGR 550 SportsRadio Buffalo Bills' offensive coordinator Brian Daboll met with the media Thursday ahead of this weekend's regular season opener in Baltimore against the Ravens.How does Buffalo Bills offense fare in Brian Daboll's debut, and 7 more things to watch vs. Ravens | NewYorkUpstate.comThe Bills will go on the road to take on the Baltimore Ravens in Week 1.What has to happen for the Buffalo Bills to make the playoffs? | NewYorkUpstate.comThe Buffalo Bills will need a lot to go right in 2018 to make the playoffs.A deep dive into the Bills defense - The Bills Beat with Joe B. and Matthew FairburnJoe Buscaglia and Matthew Fairburn go through each position, strengths and weaknesses http://www.billscheapshop.com/cheap-authentic-jordan-mills-jersey , biggest questions, and potential pitfalls for the 2018 Bills.[BN] Blitz newsletter: The Bills still haven’t settled on their second starting cornerback – The Buffalo News"The Bills believe they have a star in the making in second-year cornerback TreDavious White. Finding a corner to play on the other side of the field hasnt been so easy."Bills Today: Trent Murphy having a 'blast' in return from injury - BuffaloBills.comHere's the news of note for Sept. 7.Star Lotulelei: A hard worker, a family man and a joker (no, really) – The Buffalo News"The soft-spoken defensive tackle is not known for cracking jokes — but that side of him is there, even if you have to look for it." (Subscription required.)Featured on Buffalo RumblingsNathan Peterman headlines Buffalo Bills to watch against Baltimore Ravens in week one NFL matchup - Buffalo RumblingsThe second-year quarterback will be under the microscope when he makes his first opening-day startBuffalo Bills opponent all-22 analysis: Baltimore Ravens nose tackle Michael Pierce - Buffalo RumblingsA look at nose tackle Michael Pierce, one hurdle the Buffalo Bills’ offensive line will look to clear against the Baltimore RavensThe best players from the Buffalo Bills playoff drought: the All-Drought Team - Buffalo RumblingsThis team wouldn’t have missed the playoffs.Previewing the Baltimore Ravens and Week 1 with Baltimore Beatdown - Buffalo RumblingsBuffalo Rumblings reporter and podcast host John Boccacino is joined by Logan Levy from Baltimore Beatdown to break down the Buffalo Bills' season opener Sunday in Baltimore against the Ravens.
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