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The husband-and-wife team that owns the NHL's Buffalo Sabres had its NFL-record $1.4 billion purchase agreement to buy the Bills approved unanimously by the league's finance committee. Chalk it up as a major win for Bills fans. With no designs on moving the team, the Pegulas were  cheered during Buffalo's home-opening  29-10 win over the Miami Dolphins in September. The Pegulas become just the second ownership group in franchise history following the passing of Ralph Wilson Jr. in March of last year. Wilson was the founder and owner of the Bills, and the last living founder of the American Football League. Terrence M. "Terry" Pegula is an American multi-billionaire who holds business interests in natural gas development, real estate, entertainment and professional sports, including full ownership of the Buffalo Sabres of the National Hockey League and, along with his wife, the Buffalo Bills of the National Football Leaguecheered during Buffalo's home-opening  29-10 win over the Miami Dolphins in September. The Pegulas become just the second ownership group in franchise history following the passing of Ralph Wilson Jr. in March of last year. Wilson was the founder and owner of the Bills, and the last living founder of the American Football League.
 
 
   When Kim Pagula stepped into her first NFL owner’s meeting in New York, she  became one of the few women in a male dominated business. But that’s something she’s been used to since her husband Terry bought the Sabres in 2011. Since owning the SabresKim has even surprised some Sabres fans by hand delivering their season tickets.

  

 

Hall Of Fame

Former Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly, who is recovering from cancer treatments, will participate in the coin toss at the Hall of Fame Game on Aug. 3. The Hall of Famer will represent Buffalo as an honorary captain, while former linebacker Harry Carson will be the New York Giants' honorary captain when the teams face off in the first NFL preseason game. Kelly, inducted into the hall in 2002, in May completed radiation and chemotherapy sessions to treat sinus cancer, which spread from his jaw. ''I have always said that God willing, I will be back in Canton every summer,'' Kelly said. ''This year especially, I am so thankful that I can be on hand to share in a great weekend that shines the spotlight on the Buffalo Bills. There isn't a person more deserving of joining the Hall of Fame than my teammate and friend Andre Reed.