The Eagles have a trade in place in which they will send McCoy to the Bills in exchange for Alonso. The trade allows the Eagles to clear cap space: McCoy’s salary would have taken up $11.95 million of space.
The Vikings agree to terms on a trade with the Bills. The Vikings will send Cassel and a draft pick to the Bills in exchange for two undisclosed draft picks. The deal clears $4.75 million in cap space for the Vikings.
NFL owners unanimously approve Terry and Kim Pegula as the new owners of the Buffalo Bills. The Pegulas, also owners of the Buffalo Sabres, purchase the team for 1.4 billion. New York Senator Charles Schumer:
Today, all of western New York can yell out, ‘Touchdown!’ because we have secured long-term owners for the Bills who are fully committed to keeping the team in Western New York for generations. Over the course of these past few months, I spoke regularly with the NFL and with a number of owners and conveyed my belief that the Pegulas, with their Buffalo roots, were fully committed to the Bills’ future in western New York and the right pair to carry on Ralph Wilson’s legacy. The owners have made an excellent decision in unanimously approving the Pegulas’ ownership of the team, and I am confident Terry and Kim will be excellent stewards of this next chapter in Bills history.
Trump makes an all cash offer of $1 billion for the purchase of the Buffalo Bills. Saber’s owner Terry Pagula and a group of people led by Jon Bon Jovi are also trying to acquire the team. Pagula is said to be the one who will buy the team. NBC announcer Al Michaels on the offer:
He said he offered $1 billion – all cash, no contingencies, immediate closing. He’d have the check in one hour. He was a little miffed that it went out for bid again.
Emmitt Smith rushes for 132 yards and two second-half touchdowns to power the Cowboys to their second consecutive NFL title.
Troy Aikman passes for four touchdowns, Emmitt Smith rushes for 108 yards, and the Cowboys convert nine turnovers into 35 points as they coast to the victory.
Mark Rypien passes for 292 yards and two touchdowns as the Redskins overwhelm the Bills to win their third Super Bowl in the past 10 years.
The NFC champion New York Giants win their second Super Bowl in five years with a 20-19 victory over AFC titlist Buffalo. Anderson is named MVP as he rushes 21 times for 102 yards and a touchdown.