After a grocery store shooting that killed ten people earlier this month in Buffalo. The Buffalo Bills is now handling funeral expenses for the family of one victim. Buffalo Bills special teams player Taiwan Jones was told by members of a Buffalo non-profit that there was a family that couldn’t afford the funeral expenses for someone who was killed in the shooting. When Jones found out that the family couldn’t afford the funeral expenses, he and some teammates got a quote from a funeral home and covered the $15,000 bill for the service.
Jones’s gesture is the latest in a string of good deeds from the Bills in the community, who last week had 80 players visit the neighborhood surrounding the Tops grocery store. With the grocery store closed, the players helped establish a food distribution location nearby to help families in the area receive the food they need. Click Here To Read More.