The Buffalo Bills officially have joined the NFL’s blackout parade.
Per Tim Graham of ESPN.com, the Bills have announced that Sunday’s home game against the Jaguars won’t be televised locally, due to an inability to sell all non-premium seats.
Graham says that the week began with 12,000 unsold tickets. The blackout breaks a 26-game sellout record, dating back to 2006.
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