Bills WR Hogan walks to stadium after spending three days stuck at home
Buffalo Bills wide receiver Chris Hogan just wanted to catch a darn flight already after an unrelenting snowfall paralyzed the Buffalo region this week and forced the NFL to move the Bills-Jets game to Detroit on Monday at 7 p.m. ET.
Chris "7-11" Hogan (because he's always open) made the best of his snowed-in status earlier in the week, taking suggestions for a Netflix marathon before settling on "Scandal." But by Friday he was eager to join his teammates at Ralph Wilson Stadium to make his way aboard a commercial flight to Detroit.
Only, the "Frozen"-like conditions limited his transportation options. So he decided to hoof it instead.
For those who don't believe this is really me! pic.twitter.com/omDEwryR4x— Chris Hogan (@ChrisHogs) November 21, 2014
Some of the players' cars are snowed in or they live in remote pockets on roads that plows haven't cleared yet. Snowmobiles have been deployed to come to the rescue of Bills players like long snapper Garrison Sanborn:
He's an important part of the special teams unit! No word yet if any Bills have been scooped helicopter-style.
Not your everyday ride to work pic.twitter.com/gfIMEtNutN— GarrisonSanborn (@garrisonsanborn) November 21, 2014
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