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Ferguson said "Everyone we played had white helmets at that time.Our new head coach Kay Stephenson just wanted to get more of a contrast on the field that may help spot a receiver down the field." (The Patriots now use a silver helmet, the Colts have since been realigned to the AFC South, and the New York Jets, who switched to green helmets after the 1977 season, have since switched back to white helmets.) In 2002, under the direction of general manager Tom Donahoe, the Bills' uniforms went through radical changes.The jerseys again saw a change in 1964 when the shoulder stripes were replaced by a distinctive stripe pattern on the sleeves consisting of four stripes, two thicker inner stripes and two thinner outer stripes all bordered by red piping.By 1965, red and blue center stripes were put on the helmets.The Bills began play as an original franchise of the American Football League (AFL) in 1960.The club joined the NFL as a result of the AFL–NFL merger for the 1970 season.In 2005, the Bills revived the standing bison helmet and uniform of the mid-1960s as a throwback uniform.
The helmet logo adopted in 1974—a charging royal blue bison, with a red streak, white horn and eyeball—remained unchanged.
The team was owned by Ralph Wilson from the team's founding in 1960, until his death in 2014 at the age of 95.
After his death, Wilson's estate reached an agreement to sell the team to Terry and Kim Pegula, which was approved by the other NFL team owners on October 8, 2014.
Once the AFL–NFL merger took effect, the Bills became the second NFL team to represent the city; they followed the Buffalo All-Americans, a charter member of the league.
Buffalo had been left out of the league since the All-Americans (by that point renamed the Bisons) folded in 1929; the Bills were no less than the third professional non-NFL team to compete in the city before the merger, following the Indians/Tigers of the early 1940s and an earlier team named the Bills, originally the Bisons, in the late 1940s in the All-America Football Conference (AAFC).The white jerseys included a dark blue shoulder yoke and royal blue numbers.