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Ralph Wilson home from hospital


Ralph Wilson is out of the hospital.  The Buffalo Bills sent out a Twitter message after 12 noon  Wednedsay stating that "Bills owner Ralph Wilson is home from the hospital and is doing well."

The Associated Press says reports team spokesman Scott Berchtold provided the update Wednesday after coach Chan Gailey was asked whether he had spoken to Wilson as he usually does during a game week.

Gailey said he had not, but added that Wilson had returned home Tuesday night.  Gailey later referred to Wilson as being ``tough as nails.''
 The 93-year-old Hall of Fame owner was hospitalized last week and had been listed in good condition.
 The Bills have not revealed why Wilson was hospitalized.
Wilson had hip surgery in spring 2011, and his health has slipped, making it difficult for him to travel. He was able to attend only one Bills home game last season.