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A 26-year-old male found dead this morning in a creek behind the Bills practice facility had been ejected from last night’s Bills-Dolphins game, according to Buffalo media. Police aren’t sure how the fan ended up in the creek. The Buffalo News is reporting the Rochester man was ejected for being drunk. According to WIVB-Buffalo: Search crews in Orchard Park located a 26-year-old man’s body Friday morning, who was reported missing after Thursday night’s Buffalo Bills game. The man is not from the Buffalo area. The Erie County Sheriff’s Office needed to use an ATV during the search, to locate the man’s body. Here is a breakdown from WBEN-Buffalo of the search area and the proximity of the body location to the stadium: Of course this sad story turned into a ridiculous fight on WIVB whether the police should even search for the guy. Details on the victim and the death are still hazy, but WHEC-Rochester reporter Berkeley Brean just tweeted: Filed under: Football, NFL
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A 26-year-old male was found dead hours after being ejected from Thursday nights Buffalo Bills game at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
Orchard Park Police Chief Andrew Benz says the man became separated from the group he was with but had made plans to meet at a nearby establishment after the game. A brother of the man informed authorities that he had been ejected from the game due to intoxication...
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During the NFL Network postgame, former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michel Irvin was saying for goodbyes to CJ and well, this is what happened:
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A man who went missing after Thursday night's NFL game was found dead near Ralph Wilson Stadium early Friday, The Buffalo News reported.
The 26-year-old man, who attended the game between the Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins, was found face down in Smoke's Creek near the stadium. There were no initial signs of foul play, authorities said.
The newspaper reported the unidentified...
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