The Buffalo Bills fan base may not be the biggest in the NFL, but their hearts are in the right place. The Bills family does not want to see their fans or former players struggle in life. After the Buffalo News wrote a piece on the struggles and depression Darryl Talley was going through, the Bills fans rose up. Now we are learning the Bills organization has stepped up too.
Bills fan set up a GoFundMe account, which surpassed $153,000 in donations for the Talleys. They reluctantly accepted the donations to “get out of the hell we were just north of” and return to solid ground financially. In addition, the team and owner Terry Pegula stepped up with a role in the organization for Talley.
“Finally, I am happy to inform that the Bills, under new ownership, reached out to Darryl in April, offering an ambassadorship,” concluded Talley. “Darryl proudly accepted, and is thrilled to be a part of the organization again. The Bills have no idea how much that gesture gave Darryl a sense of purpose again.” – According to the Buffalo News