Buffalo Bills' Founder Ralph Wilson Dies at 95
Founder of the Buffalo Bills, Ralph Wilson died at 95 on Tuesday at his home in Grosse Pointe Shores, Mich. Wilson was able to see the team go to four Super Bowls as its only owner. Along with seven other founding A.F.L. team owners in the 1960s, Wilson joined what was deemed the "Foolish Club" on a road to the long-establishing N.F.L. Of the original eight members, only Barron Hilton, founder of the Los Angeles Chargers now survives. He was a key member for the A.F.L. in its merger with the N.F.L. in 1970. Wilson was inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2009.
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