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BUFFALO, N. Yannick Ngakoue Jaguars Jersey .Y. -- Andre Reed is lending his Hall of Fame pedigree to a fan group trying to keep the Bills in Buffalo. The former Bills star receiver was one of 14 members named to the Buffalo Fan Alliance advisory board Monday. The alliance was formed two years ago and is made up of local business leaders offering to raise funds to help the franchises next owner offset costs. "Im going to use that platform any way I can to gain more speed for this alliance to keep the team here," said Reed, who will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in August. "For a guy like Ralph Wilson, who made my life so good, its kind of an obligation for me to give back to what Ralph started there in Buffalo." Reed was referring to the Bills owner and founder, whose death last month left the franchises long-term future uncertain. The Bills, valued at $870 million, will be put up for sale, raising the possibility of the team relocating. Toronto and Los Angeles are regarded as potential suitors. Among those joining Reed on the advisory board are former Bills kicker Steve Christie, former New York Giants receiver Phil McConkey, who is from Buffalo, and NBC correspondent Luke Russert, whos late father Tim was from Buffalo and was a major Bills backer. Reed referred to the Bills as part of the fabric of western New York, and integral to the regions identity and Wilsons legacy. "He could have moved that team any time he wanted to, but his allegiance to the city was very, very strong," Reed said. "There isnt a scenario that I can imagine that would not include the Bills franchise in Buffalo." The alliances objective is raising up to $170 million, which would be made available as an interest-free loan. Its estimated that the savings from the loan would be as much as $14 million annually. The alliance is registered as a non-profit group, and would not be involved directly in an ownership group because NFL guidelines bar community ownership of teams except for the Green Bay Packers. The alliance has also retained a law firm with NFL connections to ensure the loan would meet the leagues business guidelines and not trigger public disclosure requirements or require approval from the Securities and Exchange Commission. Alliance spokesman Matt Sabuda said the group expects to begin raising money this summer. "One thing want to emphasize is its not a silver bullet, not a be-all, end-all," he said. "But it can make a significant difference in making the Bills viable by tapping into the ex-pat Bills fan-base around the country." New York City real estate mogul Donald Trump, Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly, the family of Boston Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs and New Jersey rocker Jon Bon Jovi are among those with ties to prospective ownership groups. The Bills are essentially locked into playing at Ralph Wilson Stadium through the 2019 season because of the lease they negotiated with the state and county in December 2012. The sale price is regarded as an obstacle in keeping the Bills in Buffalo, the NFLs second-smallest TV market. Ownership groups would have an opportunity to generate more revenue in larger regions. Marqise Lee Youth Jersey . -- Jake Paterson made 39 saves as the Saginaw Spirit halted the Guelph Storms seven-game win streak with a 6-3 victory on Sunday in Ontario Hockey League action. Josh Allen Jersey . It all would have been for naught, however, had it not been for some clutch shooting in the fourth quarter by Kobe Bryant and a couple of equally critical hustle plays by Derek Fisher and Pau Gasol in the final minutes.The 2016 NatWest T20 Blast gets underway on Friday, with Sky Sports bringing you live coverage of Essexs game with Surrey at Chelmsford. There will be big hits and stunning catches aplenty throughout the tournament this summer but before things begin, check out some of the best moments from past Blasts.Watch the action in the video above and read more about it in the paragraphs below... Foxes fire to win Leicestershire celebrate with the trophy after beating Surrey in 2004 Things went to plan in 2003 - the first year of Twenty20 cricket - with Surrey winning, as they tended to do in the early 2000s. But a year later, Leicestershire - who tended not to - shocked the cricketing world by beating them in the final to pick up their first-limited overs trophy for 19 years. Their success was built around Darren Maddy at the top of the order and the wily off-spin of Jeremy Snape, both of whom England would pick as specialists for the first ever World T20 in 2007, plus future England bowling coach, Ottis Gibson, and Brad Hodge. Hodge smashed an unbeaten 77 in the Foxes win, the first of three T20 trophies for the county.T20 cricket born The Hampshire players get used to their new surroundings in their T20 dugout Broadcast live on Sky, the south-coast tussle between Hampshire and Sussex was a terrific way to start, with two Pakistani greats lining up against each other in Wasim Akram and Mushtaq Ahmed, plus the likes of Simon Katich, Dimitri Mascarenhas, Matt Prior and James Kirtley. It was the lesser-known James Hamblin and Derek Kenway who made the majority of the runs for Hampshire, though, as they set Sussex 154 to win. Wasim then did what he does best, dismissing Prior (bowled) and Murray Goodwin (lbw) in consecutive balls to put the Hampshire on top. Fifty for Tim Ambrose took the Sharks close, but they ultimately slipped to a five-run defeat.Napier’s huge hitting Graham Napier had a terrific T20 tournament in 2008 with a strike rate of 195.20 It has since been surpassed by Luke Wrights 153 for Sussex against Essex and Brendon McCullums 158 for Birmingham Bears against Derbyshire, but Graham Napier set the benchmark in 2008 when he obliterated the Sussex attack for 152 from just 58 balls. Napiers knock contained 10 fours and a whopping 16 sixes, a tally which has only been surpassed by, yes, youve guessed it, Chris Gayle with 17 in the IPL. But it was striking unlike any wed seen before on home soil - a seat in the Chelmsford crowd needed to come with a warning, or a job description, as balls were regularly lost in the carnage and needed retrieving.Flintoffs final farewell Freddie took centre stage at Finals Day in 2014 Freddies triumphant return for Lancashire wasnt going to plan, featuring in just two games as the red-hot Red Rose county didnt want to disrupt what was proving to be a winning formula on their way to Finals Day in 2014. Chris Conley Jaguars Jersey. He also sat out their semi-final win over Hampshire before being called upon at the 11th hour with Kabir Ali struck down by a shoulder injury. Freddies appetite for the big stage had obviously never faded as what unfolded next in front of a capacity crowd in Birmingham was pure box office. He struck with his first ball - dismissing Ian Bell - and hit 20 off eight, with two vintage Flintoff sixes to take Lancashire close to, but sadly short of, a fairy-tale victory.Bust some moves This young Hampshire fan busts some moves. Where is he now? For all the entertainment on the field, there are a few gems in the crowd, too. None more so than a young Hampshire fan who took centre stage on Finals Day in 2008. His side didnt make the final itself at The Ageas Bowl that year, but it didnt stop him from enjoying himself and serving up some, shall we say, questionable dance moves. Nasser summed it up best on commentary, saying: Go for it young man. The Nick Knight school of dancing. Yes youngster, bust some moves. Eight years ago now, one can only hope the stick he received after this clip has ceased, although us giving everyone a reminder has doubtless done him no favours. Sorry youngster.Watch Essex versus Surrey in the Natwest T20 Blast, from 7pm, Friday, Sky Sports 2. The T20 Blast is back this Friday as the Essex Eagles takes on Surrey live on Sky Sports 2 from 7pm. Also See: Fixtures/results Live cricket on Sky Get Sky Sports Cricket videos ' ' '

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