Breaking down the greatest undrafted Buffalo Bills players of all-time

The Buffalo Bills have a few guys from this year's group of undrafted that could make the Bills roster in 2024, but let's look at past UDFA's and rank the best of the best.
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1. C - Kent Hull

Kent Hull came to the Buffalo Bills in 1986, and like quarterback Jim Kelly, joined the team after playing in the USFL. Hull played with the New Jersey Generals for three years. He was a key part of helping Herschel Walker rush for 2,411 yards in 1985 before the league collapsed. Hull was immediately plugged into the Bills starting offensive line, snapping to another NFL rookie in 1986, Hall of Famer Jim Kelly.

Hull was a two-time First-team All-Pro, two-time Second-team All-Pro, and earned four Pro Bowl nods. He is one of five offensive linemen on the Bills' Wall of Fame; however, hasn't been voted into the NFL Hall of Fame yet. There should be no question that he belongs; hopefully, the voters will induct him into the Hall someday. Hull passed away on October 11, 2011.


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