Bills-Dolphins Game to be Blacked Out

December 15, 2011 Updated Dec 15, 2011 at 2:18 PM EDT

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Bills-Dolphins Game to be Blacked Out

December 15, 2011 Updated Dec 15, 2011 at 2:18 PM EDT

Orchard Park, N.Y. (WKBW release) -- The Buffalo Bills announced Thursday that Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins at Ralph Wilson Stadium has not sold out and will be blacked out on local television.

Tickets are still available for purchase for this weekend's Bills-Dolphins division rivalry game and fans may obtain them by going online at buffalobills.com, by visiting Western New York Ticketmaster outlets or the Ralph Wilson Stadium ticket office, or by calling 1-877-BB-TICKS (228-4257). Club seats and other premium seating opportunities are also available.

In addition, through the team’s community efforts, the Bills have donated several thousand tickets to the military including the Army, National Guard, Western New York Heroes and the United Way.  Approximately 7,000 tickets remain available for the game.

Bills game day activities include the Bills “Salute to High School Football” where they will recognize the Bills & National Guard High School Football Coaches of the Week, Coach of the Year, Orchard Park High School state championship football team, St. Francis High School Monsignor Martin championship football team and the All-Western New York High School Football first-team members.  Former Bills seven-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Andre Reed will be on-hand to help recognize the individuals on the field.  The Bills have donated game tickets to all of these groups.

Other pregame activities include the Bills Shredd & Ragan Tailgate Party in parking lot C.  The tailgate party features live rock band STEMM on stage along with dance performances by the Jills Cheerleaders and the Bills Shredd & Ragan pregame show. Bills partners will also be engaging fans with giveaways and interactive games.

Former Bills eight-time Pro Bowl offensive lineman and All-Time Team member Ruben Brown will be the game’s “Leader of the Charge” to wave the Bills team onto the field for pregame introductions.