6 Former Buffalo Bills Nominated For The Hall Of Fame
The NFL announced its list of nominees for the 2023 NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame this week and six former Buffalo Bills players made the list.
Here are the six former Bills Players that could be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2023.
Ruben Brown - Brown is a former 1st round pick by the Buffalo Bills in 1995. He played for the Bills from 1995 until 2003. He was named to 9 Pro Bowls and 4 Second Team All-Pros.
Takeo Spikes - Drafted by the Cinncinatti in the 1st round of the 1998 NFL draft. He joined the Bills in 2003 and was named to his first Pro Bowl that year. He was traded to the Eagles in 2007.
Larry Centers - Centers only played with the Bills for two seasons, but in his first season in 2001, he was named to the Pro Bowl.
Cornelius Bennett - A major star of the Bills' Super Bowl runs in the 1990s, "Biscuit" was drafted by the Colts but was later traded to the Bills in 1987 before ever playing a down with the Colts. He was named an All-Pro three times and to the Pro Bowl five times.
Troy Vincent - Vincent joined the Buffalo Bills as a free agent before the 2004 season. He would play in Buffalo until 2006.
London Fletcher-Baker - He joined the Buffalo Bills after starting his career with the St. Louis Rams in 2002. During his stay in Buffalo, Fletcher-Baker was named an alternative to the Pro Bowl in 2007.
There are 129 former NFL players that are currently on the nomination list. You can see the whole list HERE.