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Buffalo Bills members of the Hall of Fame, who’s next?

Buffalo Bills members of the Hall of Fame, who’s next?

Hyped by on July 31, 2014 Website: thepenaltyflagblog.com

Ralph Wilson Jr., Jim Kelly, Bruce Smith, Thurman Thomas, Joe DeLamielleure, Marv Levy, Billy Shaw and O.J. Simpson represent the Buffalo Bills in the prestigious NFL Hall of Fame. Here is a look at why they reached the Hall and who could be next for the Buffalo Bills.

Ralph C. Wilson Jr. (2009)

Ralph Wilson Jr. was the founder and owner of the Buffalo Bills. He was one of the founding owners of the AFL or American Football League which would merge with the NFL in 1970. Wilson continued to keep his team in Buffalo and is the last of the original owners who kept his team in the original city. In 1998 the Bills stadium was changed from Rich Stadium to Ralph Wilson Stadium. Wilson passed in 2014 at the age of 95.

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