Buffalo Bills HOF Thurman Thomas Pledged to Donate $10,000 to Families Victimized in Shooting

Thurman Thomas, Buffalo Bills Hall of Fame running back and legend of the NFL has pledged $10,000 to families affected by the Buffalo shooting.

Thomas will donate $10,000 from his charitable foundation to the victims’ families. But further details were not disclosed to the public about the donation or the event.

He also mentioned that former Bills players and his fellow legends are organizing a gathering in Buffalo this week to assist the families of the shooting victims.

Among the attendees, Buffalo Teams four standout performers, The Hall of Famers, in spite of losing at The Super Bowl four years in a row they have managed to emerge victorious at AFC Championships for four straight years.

A shooter with racist ideologies against African Americans killed ten people and injured three more in a supermarket, leaving the city in shock. The city has become terrified because of the Buffalo Shooting. 

Sports stars have been trying to help the community recover from this. Tampa Bay Buccaneers star tight end Rob Gronkowski has sent out an emotional message to his childhood home and pledged to help them in this time of need as well. 

This fundraiser by Thurman Thomas will no doubt help the families who lost loved ones in the tragic incident.

Thomas Thurman became a Buffalo Bills legend when in his first three seasons, he led the AFC in running. Thomas recorded a total of twelve games with at least 100 yards rushing in his first three seasons. All of those games were won by the Bills.

Thurman Thomas has unique records to his name, He is the only player in NFL history to lead the league in total yards from scrimmage for four consecutive seasons. He is one of the only six running backs to have over 10,000 yards rushing and 400 receptions to his name.

Thomas is a hero to the local community of Buffalo and his gathering of Bills legends will surely help the reeling families.


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