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Topic - Andre Reed
Andre Reed is lending his Hall of Fame pedigree to a fan group trying to keep the Bills in Buffalo.
The hang time is over for Ray Guy. The longtime punter for the Oakland Raiders is all by himself once again.
One of the first things that captured Andre Reed's attention came during a staff meeting, when the rest of the Kansas City Chiefs' coaches were evaluating individual players.
"He could have moved that team any time he wanted to, but his allegiance to the city was very, very strong," Reed said. "There isn't a scenario that I can imagine that would not include the Bills franchise in Buffalo."
"I'm going to use that platform any way I can to gain more speed for this alliance to keep the team here," said Reed, who will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in August. "For a guy like Ralph Wilson, who made my life so good, it's kind of an obligation for me to give back to what Ralph started there in Buffalo."