The quarterback described his family’s emotional reaction to the support earlier this week.
He said: “I know that my family is always ingrained here, including myself.” “Obviously, I never want to leave. I want to play here as long as possible, to give back to the community, to give back to Bill Mafia.”
Bills fans had previously made headlines in 2017, after the Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton led an incredible match to win a touchdown game against the Baltimore Ravens to win Bills̵
Bill’s offensive coordinator Brian Daboll, a westerner from Seneca, Say how fans reacted to Allen’s situation Since it was drafted in 2018, it reflects both the city’s neighborhood attitude and how the quarterback embraces the community.
“It’s Buffalo, man,” he said. “People are taking care of others. People are taking care of their own people. People support each other. Of course, they brought Josh back. He and I talked about a lot of people from here and the types of people. From here, the type of community .
“I know he is from California. You just pick him up, put him there, and put him in West Seneca, South Buffalo, North City, wherever you want to go, he will suit him. He is He. Just a sincere person. I know he is very grateful for the support he has received from this community, this supporter Bills Mafia. I know he is very grateful for that. We also thank him.”