By Tim Graham
Ralph Wilson has been to one Buffalo Bills game over the past two seasons because of health issues.
The team's 94-year-old owner made his last public appearance nine months ago at the Pro Football Hall of Fame and abdicated his presidency to Russ Brandon in January.
But Wilson's wife told Buffalo News senior columnist Jerry Sullivan today that Wilson is working out and hopes to attend this year's home opener.
"He's doing really well," Mary Wilson told Sullivan. "He's great. Today is Friday, so he's going to work out with his trainer. Our goal is opening day. Ralph wants to make the home opener."
Sullivan spoke with Mary Wilson in advance of the Western New York Girls in Sports Clinic, which will be held Saturday in the Bills' field house.
Mary Wilson founded the clinic in 2004 to "empower, educate and motivate young girls through sports participation, learning life skills, sportsmanship, and awareness of Title IX and its history."
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