The Buffalo Bills are giving back to their communities.  Whether it be here in Buffalo or their own hometowns, the players are trying to help get through this pandemic.

Yesterday we got the news that Josh Allen and Tyler Kroft were making donations to a foundation to help WNYers through the pandemic.

Meanwhile, Tremaine Edmunds and his brothers (who also play in the NFL) were out handing out lunches to people in their community in Danville, Virginia.

It’s everything,” Terrell said. “Just putting smiles on people’s faces coming by to grab some lunch and enjoying a good time through all the bad that’s going on in the world. Just knowing it’s a tough time but we’re tougher people and we’re going to get through it. It’s amazing being out here, helping out, putting it on with everyone, seeing big smiles around the city.”

The Edmunds brothers all played football at Dan River High School and then Virginia Tech.

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