You can meet a current Buffalo Bill and a legend from their 1990's dynasty teams this weekend here in Western New York.

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Current Bills Placekicker Tyler Bass and 90s Special Teams Ace Steve Tasker will both be in town this weekend for a meet and greet/autograph session.

The event will be held at the Polish Falcon Hall, 445 Columbia Avenue in Buffalo on Saturday, July 9th.  Steve Tasker will be signing items between 12:00 and 1:00 pm.  Tyler Bass will be signing from 1:00 to 2:00 pm.

This is a ticketed event.  You can purchase a ticket to meet either player for $40.00 which includes getting one item signed by that player, or you can purchase a combo ticket to meet both players for $55.00, and you can get 1 item autographed by each player.

There will be a selection of photos and memorabilia available to purchase, provided by the events organizer Total Sports Enterprises.

Tickets are available in advance, or at the door.

Tyler Bass was the Buffalo Bills' sixth-round draft selection, 188th overall, of the 2020 NFL Draft.  He became a viral sensation after posting practice videos of him kicking a 50-yard field goal without taking a single step towards the football and a 60-yard field goal with only one step.

Steve Tasker was a part of the Bills' early 90's dynasty teams.  He was originally drafted in the ninth round by the Houston Oilers in 1985. He played most of his pro career here in Buffalo with the Bills and was voted by Bills fans to the team's 50th season All-time Team. The NFL Network has ranked Tasker the ninth-best former player that is not in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Tasker has several times been a nominee for the Hall, making the semi-finalist list eight times.  Tasker racked up 204 special teams tackles, 7 Blocked Punts, was a 7-time Pro Bowl selection, and was the only special Teams player ever elected Pro Bowl MVP during his 13-year NFL career.

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