By Mark Gaughan
Buffalo Bills owner Ralph C. Wilson Jr. was released from the hospital Tuesday and is home doing well after his brief hospital stay, the team said today.
"He is home and resting comfortably," Bills senior vice president of communications Scott Berchtold said.
Wilson, 93, was admitted to a Detroit-area hospital last week with what was believed to be an infection. He lives in the Detroit suburb of Grosse Pointe Shores, Mich.
Bills coach Chan Gailey said he expected to talk to Wilson soon in advance of the team's season opener Sunday against the New York Jets.
"We talked before he went in the hospital, and then I haven't talked to him since he got home yesterday," Gailey told reporters today. "We haven't talked yet. I'm sure we'll talk sometime soon though."
The Bills had said WIlson was listed in good condition throughout his stay, which the team acknowledged on Thursday. Wilson, the Bills' founder, and Tennesse owner Bud Adams are the two longest-tenured owners in the NFL.