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Rochester Business Journal
September 12, 2013

The Buffalo Bills have sold out Sunday’s game against Carolina, avoiding a television blackout, and also have sold out their Sept. 29 home game against Baltimore, team officials announced Thursday.

A limited number of visitor returns and club seats remain available, officials said. A limited number of club seats also remain for the Baltimore game.

The franchise will honor 28 members of the Buffalo Bills Wall of Fame in a halftime tribute during Sunday’s game against Carolina at Ralph Wilson Stadium.

Members—including Jim Kelly, Andre Reed, Thurman Thomas, Bill Polian, Marv Levy, Fred Smerlas, Joe DeLamielleure, Joe Ferguson and Mike Stratton—are expected to attend.

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