Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson was hospitalized Thursday but was in good condition, the team confirmed.
The team had no other details about the 93-year-old original owner of the team, who was last seen at the Hall of Fame weekend earlier this month. He appeared at the dedication of a research center dedicated to him in Canton, Ohio. He was in a wheelchair but delivered a seven-minute speech. He broke his hip in 2011, missing his first-ever Bills home opener, although he did attend a later game.
The Bills are in the midst of talks to make a new lease with the team at Ralph Wilson Stadium. The current deal expires in July 2013. WIlson has previously said he won't sell the team but doesn't want to pass it on to his heirs, either, having them sell it off.
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