By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer
The Buffalo Bills are starting to see the pay offs of spending a lot of money in free agency.
Bills officials have reported that there have been 4,320 new season tickets sold. The team has also said that renewal orders are the quickest in the past 15 years.
The Bills contribute this to the signings of Mario Williams and Mark Anderson and the re-signing of Stevie Johnson. The Bills hope the additions of Anderson and Williams can help the team to the playoffs.
The Bills have not made the playoffs in the past 13 years. It is the longest active postseason drought in the NFL.
“With the additional signings, it certainly was a huge boost,” said CEO Russ Brandon , before also crediting the work of general manager Buddy Nix and coach Chan Gailey. “And one of the things that’s really resonated is that people feel the team is headed in the right direction under the guidance of Buddy and Chan. … People seem very pleased that the arrow’s pointed up.”
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