Darryl Talley (1983 - 1994) - Honorable Mention
Darryl Talley is known throughout Bills Mafia as a standout on those Super Bowl Bills teams but also for his spider man undershirt, which he wore under his uniform on game days. Talley was drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the 1983 NFL Draft. He was selected in the second round, 39th overall, out of West Virginia. He played for 12 seasons with the Bills from 1983 to 1994.
He became a starter on the Bills’ defense his second year, starting all 16 games that year, finishing with 188 career games and 160 starts. He surpassed the century mark in tackles six times in his Bills career and was a two-time Pro Bowl player in 1990 and 1991.
Darryl piled up an incredible 1,128 career tackles (second in Bills’ history), 38.5 sacks, and 11 interceptions throughout his time with the Bills. He played two more seasons in the league, one with the Atlanta Falcons and his final season with the Minnesota Vikings.
Talley was selected to the West Virginia Sports Hall of Fame in 1996 and later found his name added to the Buffalo Bills Wall of Fame in 2003.