Today we will look at the 16 players in Buffalo Bills history that wore the number 26 for them.
We start in 1960, Fred Ford is the first player to wear the number 26 for the Bills. Ford played for two teams during the 1960 season. He played for the Rams and the Bills. This was Ford’s only season.
In 1961 we see Dewey Bohling wearing the number 26 for the Bills. He played for just one season for the Bills and split the time in the 1961 season with the New York Titans as well. He played for the Titans in 1960 as well.
In 1962, Carey Henley was drafted in the 21st round by the Buffalo Bills. He only played one season for the Bills as well as for his career.
Safety George Saimes is next on our list of 16 to wear the number 26. Saimes played played for the Bills from 1963-1969. He was part of the 1964+1965 championship teams for the Bills. He was also selected as an AFL All-Star from 1964-1968. He was selected to the Bills Wall of Fame in 2000. He went on to finish his career with the Broncos from 1970-1972.
Clyde Glosson is the next Bills player to wear the number 26. He also wore the number 83. Glosson played for the Bills during the 1970 season.
1972 is the next time we see the number 26 for the Bills. Linzy Cole played for the Bills during the 1972 season. Cole was mainly used as a return man and played for the Bills for 8 games before being traded to Houston.
Ed Jones played for the Bills in 1975. Not to get him confused with Too Tall Jones from the Cowboys during the same time period, Jones lasted with the Bills for only that year. He played in 12 games during the 1975 season.
Tim Anderson wore the number 26 for the Bills during the 1976 season. This was the only year that he played for the Bills.