Sources report that the ESPN "30 For 30" on the Super Bowl Buffalo Bills is likely to air before 2016 Super Bowl. 

ESPN and NFL Films has made quite a name for themselves with their "30 For 30" series, giving a cinematic peak into the behind the scenes of some of sport's greatest stories. The network has made plans and began production of a film to talk about Buffalo's Super Bowl appearances in the 1990s.

Although ESPN didn't formally announce an air date, sources close to the production have noted that it is likely to air before the 2016 Super Bowl. According to sources, Jim Kelly, Frank Reich, Thurman Thomas, Steve Tasker, Darryl Talley, Andre Reed, former Coach Marv Levy, special teams coach Bruce DeHaven, offensive coordinator Ted Marchibroda and field goal kicker Scott Norwood are among those who have been interviewed.