News Release The Buffalo Bills are working closely with local law enforcement to provide updates and provide information about the investigation into a fatal shooting on Sunday in the state of Florida.
Buffalo Bills head coach Rex Ryan said that the team is committed to supporting the families of the victims and that the Bills will provide updates as they become available.
Ryan added that the NFL has offered assistance to local law-enforcement authorities and is committed, “to providing our fans, players, and employees the best possible care as they deal with this difficult time.”
Ryan also said that all Bills players and staff will receive personal counseling at the team’s facilities on Monday.
Bills president Russ Brandon said that he is working closely and personally with law enforcement and the Buffalo Police Department to support the families and the Bills organization.
Brandon said he has spoken with Bills executive vice president of business operations Joe Lockhart to share his thoughts on the situation and will continue to communicate with team leadership.
In addition to the Bills, Buffalo Sabres players and coaches were involved in the funeral process for the victim, who was a member of the team.
Ryan said, “The players and the staff of the Bills have been with our team throughout this difficult period.
I know the team has been through a lot together, and I know they are united in the fight for justice.”
The Bills are hosting a morning media availability for all media on Monday at 11:30 a.m.
The media is invited to come to the team hotel to meet the team as well as the coaches and players.
Ryan will have a short press conference on the subject, followed by an hour-long Q&A.
Fans are encouraged to attend the media availability.
Bills Head Coach Rex Ryan will address the media on the matter on Monday afternoon.
The Bills will host a morning press conference at 1 p.m., and the team will be joined by head coach Joe Lockham and assistant head coach Josh Williams.