The Bills announced Wednesday that owner Ralph Wilson had been released from a Michigan hospital Tuesday after a brief stay.
“He is home and resting comfortably,” Bills spokesman Scott Berchtold told Mark Gaughan of the Buffalo News.
The 93-year-old Wilson was admitted last week with what was described as an infection.
“We talked before he went in the hospital, and then I haven’t talked to him since he got home yesterday,” Bills coach Chan Gailey said. “We haven’t talked yet. I’m sure we’ll talk sometime soon though.”
The team said Wilson was listed in good condition throughout his stay.