Found December 20, 2011 on Inside the Bills:
DAILY REPORT –  The Buffalo Bills offensive linemen will treat 20 young men (ages 12-16) to a Holiday Shopping Spree at Macy’s in the Galleria Mall tonight 6-7 PM.  The young men belong to the Closing the Gap Schools in the Buffalo Public School System.  Each boy will receive $270 to purchase items on their wish list.  Macy’s is donating $1,000 in gift cards and the offensive linemen will donate the remaining amount to the kids. Also, the offensive linemen will treat the boys to a special dinner from Ilio DiPaolo’s Restaurant.  They will be stationed in the Macy’s Training Room located on the first floor of Macy’s in the bedding section (near the pots and pans). TODAY’S PRACTICE Tuesday, December 20 Practice: 2:00 PM / Open to Media at Approximately 2:00 – 2:25 PM (Stretch & Individual only) DAILY LINKS – Bills salute high school football – Rogers rolling on returns Buffalo News – As losses mount, Bills’ draft position improves Rochester D&am

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