Breaking down the all-time Buffalo Bills inside linebackers as voted by Bills Mafia

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London Fletcher (2002 - 2006)

London Fletcher played five seasons with the Buffalo Bills, from 2002 to 2006.  One of the more remarkable things about Fletcher is he carved out an impressive 16-year career, that included 2,039 combined tackles, and he somehow went undrafted.

London’s 1,384 solo tackles place him second on the NFL’s all-time list, behind only the great Ray Lewis, who recorded 1,568 career tackles.  This alone should land Fletcher in the NFL Hall of Fame at some point.

Fletcher started 80 games for the Buffalo Bills and tallied 730 of his tackles while with the team.  He added 14.5 sacks and five interceptions as well.  In his career, he was voted to four Pro Bowl teams and two second-team All-Pro rosters but none with the Bills.

Fletcher started his career with the Rams, where he spent the first four years of his career, followed by his five years with the Bills.  After the 2006 season, he signed with the Washington Redskins and played another seven years.

During his time in the NFL, he played in a whopping 256 games, starting 240 of those.  He retired after the 2013 season and put up 14 consecutive seasons of 100-plus combined tackles, which included leading the league in 2011 with 166.