Bills Player Cooks Food For Teammates at Buffalo Restaurant
It’s really cool when local celebrities visit the restaurants of Buffalo and Western New York. Bills or Sabres players who are not from here, but fall in love with a local business is awesome.
This week is Black Restaurant Week in Buffalo, as the black-owned restaurant and bars in Buffalo are highlighted and celebrated.
One Bills player decided to cook some classic comfort food dishes with the staff of a famous Buffalo restaurant.
The Bills posted a video of cornerback and special teams ace, Siran Neal visiting Park Vue Soul Food in Buffalo.
Neal didn’t just assist, he helped cook the food for some of his teammates, which included left tackle Dion Dawkins, linebacker Tremaine Edmunds and safety Damar Hamlin.
Dishes included steak hoagies, yams, mac & cheese, collard greens, and fried chicken.
Check out the video below.
Neal signed an extension this off-season to stay in Buffalo for the next three years.
He is one of the best special teams players in the entire NFL. His punt and kick coverage ability is outstanding and general manager Brandon Beane recognized that and decided to commit to locking him into Buffalo through 2024.
Neal will likely be the fifth cornerback on the roster, behind Tre’Davious White, Kaiir Elam, Taron Johnson and Dane Jackson.
The Bills will start mandatory minicamp tomorrow and that will run through Thursday.