The Buffalo Bills have lost two of their star running backs to injuries in recent weeks, but what the squad could really use right about now is a few good snow shovelers.
The team put out a tweet on Wednesday for help clearing Ralph Wilson Stadium following the devastating storm that pummeled the Buffalo region with up to 6 feet of lake effect snow. The Bills are offering $10 per hour and game tickets to willing and able Buffalonians.
"We can't have too many people helping. We won't be turning anyone away," Vice President of Operations Andy Major said through the Bills' official Twitter account.
The organization claims it has enough snow to fill its fieldhouse eight times over. The stadium is located on 197 acres in Orchard Park, New York. Its parking facility has room for 10,000 cars, 300 buses, and 250 campers, according to the Bills' website.
Major said the team will run triple shifts around the clock to make sure the stadium is ready for Sunday's game against the New York Jets. The NFL will determine a contingency plan if Ralph Wilson Stadium is not ready, the Bills tweeted.