Want to see Buffalo Bills game Sunday? Bring a shovel

Snow covers a sign at Ralph Wilson Stadium, home of the Buffalo Bills in Orchard Park, N.Y. on Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2014. AP Photo/The Buffalo News, Harry Scull Jr.

TORONTO – Do you want to make some cash and see the Buffalo Bills game this weekend? The NFL team is looking for snow shovellers to clear out Ralph Wilson Stadium.

A storm of epic proportions blanketed much of upstate New York Tuesday and Wednesday, so the Buffalo Bills are busy trying to figure out a contingency plan for this Sunday’s game against the New York Jets.

“We are preparing to play this game at Ralph Wilson Stadium at 1 p.m. just as we always have,” the team tweeted.

The team said the stadium needs to be cleared of 220,000 tons of snow.

The Bills are offering $10 an hour, plus game tickets to anyone who wants to help clear the snow.

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“We can’t have too many people helping. We won’t be turning anyone away,” the Bills tweeted.

Bills head coach Doug Marrone praised the people of Buffalo for coming together during the storm.

The team said it will be evaluating the situation every hour as more snow is expected by week’s end.

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