Buffalo Bills: Dig Out Our Stadium, Get Free Tickets

Team has a huge amount of snow to shift before Sunday
By Rob Quinn,  Newser Staff
Posted Nov 20, 2014 4:11 AM CST
Ralph Wilson Stadium is under there somewhere.   (AP Photo/The Buffalo News, Derek Gee)
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(Newser) – The Buffalo Bills are supposed to play the New York Jets on Sunday, but there's something standing in the way: The 220,000 tons of snow Ralph Wilson Stadium and the surrounding area was buried in by this week's freak storm. The team is looking for people to help dig out the stadium and is offering $10 per hour—plus free game tickets. "We're looking to have 500 shovelers on site working those triple shifts," a team spokesman tells the Post-Standard, urging would-be shovelers to call 716-636-4840. "We don't have a minimum number. We can't have too many people helping," he says. With yet more snow set to fall, the game may still have to be moved or postponed, and the NFL says it's working with the Bills to determine the state of the stadium, reports the New York Daily News. (Read more Buffalo stories.)

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