Andre Reed talks Bills' 30 for 30 documentary

Posted at 6:31 AM, Dec 10, 2015

The new 30 for 30 ESPN documentary "Four Falls of Buffalo" made its world premiere Wednesday night at the North Park Theatre in Buffalo.

The film details the glory years of the Buffalo Bills teams of the early 1990s and their trips to four straight Super Bowls.

Hall of Fame Bills receiver Andre Reed joined 7 Eyewitness Sports Anchor Shawn Stepner before the premiere to share his thoughts on the film.

Stepner also spoke with film producer Michelle Girardi Zumwalt, a Cheektowaga native, who was the only Western New York producer to work on the project.

During the making of "Four Falls of Buffalo", Zumwalt interviewed former Bills kicker Scott Norwood. Norwood is infamously known for missing the potential game-winning field goal at the end of Super Bowl XXV. He rarely talks about that moment.

You can watch both interviews above.

Follow Shawn Stepner on Twitter:  @StepnerWKBW




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