All right, enough is enough. It is time to put the owner of the Buffalo Bills, Ralph Wilson, in the Pro Football Hall of Fame while he is still alive. The ageless Wilson kept the Bills in Buffalo when he could have made millions by selling the team or moving it to a larger market. He donates millions to charitable organizations, has served on almost every NFL committee, served his country in World War II and is one of the original AFL owners still with one team in the original city.
Mr. Wilson is one of those rare gentlemen who quietly supports deserving community organizations and provides scholarships for needy students, all without any fanfare or some public relations team announcing it to the media. He deserves the Hall of Fame nod now.
Jeffrey E. Spriegel Sr.