Ralph Wilson Jr. at Quarterback Club Lunch
Buffalo, N.Y. - Ralph Wilson's wife says the Bills' owner is recovering well from a broken hip and may attend this weekend's game against New England.
Last weekend, Wilson missed his first home opener in the 52 years that he has owned the team.
Speaking at an event Tuesday morning where the Wilsons donated one million dollars to the University of Buffalo's Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine Department, Mary Wilson says her husband is now using a walker after surgery in June.
"He is walking everyday with his walker and moving around, hopefully he'll be here next week when we play New England. Buffalo's lucky to have him, I'm lucky to have him and he's going to be around for a long time," said Mrs. Wilson.
In terms of the Bills big comeback win against Oakland, Mary Wilson said the couple watched the game at home on television, "It was just very exciting, we felt like we were part of it."
When asked about negotiations for a new lease between the Bills and Erie County, Mrs. Wilson said that was something for her husband to comment on.
Tune into Channel 2 News First at Five to see Scott Brown's interview with Mary Wilson.