Why Bills fans are sending Von Miller toilet paper: ‘I’m definitely feeling Bills Mafia’

Bills Mafia always takes its support to the next level.

From breaking tables at tailgates to making massive donations to opponents‘ charities, their fanbase is one of the most passionate in the NFL world.

Von Miller, who just signed a six-year, $120 million deal with Buffalo, is already getting to exposure to that first-hand. During a Thursday press conference, he said fans are sending him “boxes on boxes on boxes” of different toilet papers to the dorm rooms at St. John Fisher University in Rochester, N.Y., where the Bills have their training camp.

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Here’s what prompted Bills’ fans to start sending Miller toilet paper.

Why Bills fans are sending Von Miller toilet paper

During Miller’s first training camp media availability, the EDGE rusher was asked about what it was like staying in the dorms for training camp. He described the experience as “different” for a 33-year-old staying in dorms, but said he likes the camaraderie aspect and the chance to get to know his teammates.

But that doesn’t mean everything was going well.

“I’m 33 years old and toilet paper’s different, the beds are different, no TV in the dorm room. It’s a little bit different,” Miller said. “Got to make up your bed and change and do all that type of stuff every day. It takes some getting used to, but I’m all for it.”

Fans might not have sent him a new bed, a TV or tried to make his bed, but they clearly took notice of the toilet paper.

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“The last time I was here, I said something about the toilet paper and four days later like I got all types of toilet paper just in the mail and wipes and plant-free wipes from all types of fans,” Miller said on Thursday.

I’m definitely feeling Bills Mafia and I’m definitely feeling the love.

With all the toilet paper that came in, Miller said he got a box and put them in the locker room. He said when he made his comments, he never expected anything to happen, but before he knew it, he was receiving boxes of toilet paper to improve his stay.

He said the first received was a four-pack, then it was an eight-pack, then there were some wipes. The mail just kept coming.

“Fans are always great, but this is just different,” Miller said. “You say one thing in front of the media, you don’t even expect it to blow up like it did and it blows up and you’ve got fans reaching out and so many different vibes and so many different people that’s trying to help out and make your time here great. I’m appreciative of it.”

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