Bills owner Ralph Wilson has reached a milestone.
The Bills first and only owner turned 95 on Thursday.
Wilson was an original AFL owner who founded the Bills in 1959. He is tied with Tennessee Titans owner Bud Adams (90) as the longest tenured owners in the NFL.
Wilson was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2009.
Wilson turned over the title of president and operational control of the franchise to CEO Russ Brandon at the first of the year.
Wilson lives in suburban Detroit, and failed to make it to the Bills Wall of Fame celebration earlier this season. He released a statement saying that he continues to find it difficult to travel.