Another player who spent a majority of his NFL career with the Buffalo Bills was wide receiver Eric Moulds. While Andre Reed holds a majority of the franchise records, Moulds finishes second in most of those career receiving categories.
He was the Bills first round pick in the 1996 NFL Draft and would go on to play 10 seasons with the team, making the Pro Bowl three of those years. He was the team’s number one option for most of those years and was as consistent a receiver an NFL team could find.
It started with his third year with the Bills, where he would break out with 1,368 receiving yards and nine touchdowns. From that point, and over the next eight years, Moulds would have at least 780 receiving yards and 64 receptions. He would also catch five or more touchdowns in six of the final eight years with the team.
The stat line is even more impressive when the quarterback he caught passes from is taken into account. During this time, he had players like Alex Van Pelt, Todd Collins and Rob Johnson as his quarterback. The fact that he could produce like he did during that time speaks to the wide receiver he was.