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Micah Hyde’s return to the Buffalo Bills

Hyde’s annual softball charity event returns, along with more about the Bills’ schedule and a week of birthday festivities and remembrances.

Hello Rumblers! Welcome back to another episode of “Where the Buffalo Bills Roam.” As many people are aware, many current and former Bills players are engaged on social media, frequently finding very significant ways to connect with fans and share details from their daily lives. As members of the Bills Mafia, some of us build wonderful ties with other fans, and friendships formed via fandom outweigh our favorite team’s weekly game.

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Since last Friday, members of the organization have been up to some really unusual activities. This weekend marks the return of the Micah Hyde Charity Softball Game. It was also a chance to mourn some of the members of Bills Mafia who had passed away, such as Ezra “Pancho” Castro in 2019 after a struggle with cancer and 14-year-old Andrew Coatney after a sad accident.

Rookie wide receiver Keon Coleman turned 21 this week, as did Hall of Fame Buffalo Bills running back Thurman Thomas, who celebrated another trip around the sun.

When he recorded the Bills’ schedule release at the new stadium site, quarterback Josh Allen did his best Andy Dwyer impression from the hit sitcom Parks and Recreation, played by Chris Pratt. When he departs from sports, he could have a successful career in acting.

All that and more, including Allen and heavy music, Keon Coleman and his ideas on snowmobiles, Keaton Bills after dark, and an exceedingly friendly game of tug of war.

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