Rob Ford takes in the Bills-Falcons game

TORONTO — Mayor Rob Ford drew a crowd, both friendly and derisive, as he took in part of Sunday’s NFL game between the Buffalo Bills and Atlanta Falcons at the Rogers Centre.

What started as fans gawking or wanting a picture of the beleaguered Toronto mayor during the first quarter turned into a somewhat unmanageable mob scene under the stands during halftime. Eventually police led him away to an elevator to get him away from the crush.

Through it all, Ford smiled as if it was business as usual. Perhaps it was, given his recent run.

Ford stationed himself with his back to a pillar outside Section 133 and posed for pictures during halftime, flanked by his security minder and a pair of police officers. Soon the crowd swelled with fans holding their cameras in the air, trying to get a snapshot or bodying their way to get closer so…

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