BUFFALO, NY - NOVEMBER 04: Nathan Peterman #2 of the Buffalo Bills looks for a receiver during NFL game action against the Chicago Bears at New Era Field on November 4, 2018 in Buffalo, New York. (Photo by Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images)

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Bills Fans Raising $1 Million to Pay Nathan Peterman to Retire

Some members of the Bills Mafia have started a GoFundMe page for Peterman.

Things have been hard for Nathan Peterman on the field this season and they just got more difficult for the second-year Buffalo Bills quarterback off of it.

Peterman has been so bad this season that some have theorized Colin Kaepernick could cite his play as evidence of collusion and members of the Bills Mafia have had enough.

This week, Bilal Chaudhry of Schenectady started a GoFundMe page named “Nathan Peterman Please Retire” which is seeking to raise $1 million to pay Peterman to hang up his cleats for good.

“Nathan Peterman, we understand your passion to play football and especially in the NFL,” the creator of the fundraising page, Bilal Chaudhry of Schenectady, NY, wrote. “But please for the love of God retire and leave and never come back. WE WILL GIVE YOU MONEY, JUST LEAVE!”

Backers of the campaign, which has raised $222 as of now, include the Bills Defense and Nathan Peterman’s pride.

The 2017 fifth-round pick has completed 47-of-91 passes for one touchdown and 10 interceptions in four career starts for the Bills.

A note at the bottom of the page says the money that’s donated will be given to charity if Peterman doesn’t accept it.

Read the full story at Sports Illustrated