Buffalo Bills legends: Who is enshrined on the Bills Wall of Fame?

It's been seven years since the last Buffalo Bills player was enshrined in the Bills Wall of Fame. But who is on the Wall?
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Buffalo Bills Wall of Fame: 1990 - 1999

The 12th Man, Buffalo Bills Fans - 1960 - Current

The 12th Man was inducted in 1992, to pay homage to the incredible fan support of Bills fans all over. Buffalo fans are known for their loyalty and passion, almost to a fault. However, isn't it about time we change it from The 12th Man to Bills Mafia?

#44, Elbert Dubenion, Wide Receiver - 1960 - 1968

Elbert Dubenion was inducted into the Wall of Fame in 1993. If you ever get a chance to watch some old highlights of Dubenion, you won't be disappointed. During a time when no one cared about 40-times or other drills, just watching him you could see he was athletically superior to just about everyone on the field. Dubenion ranks 11th in receptions, fifth in receiving yards, and fifth in touchdowns in Bills history.

#58 Mike Stratton, Linebacker - 1962 - 1971

An inductee in 1994, Stratton was another of the key members of the Bills AFL titles. In those days tackles were not tracked as a stat; however, he recorded 18 interceptions during his Bills career from the linebacker position. He was a three-time AFL All-Pro and six-time Pro Bowler.

#12, Joe Ferguson, Quarterback - 1973-1984

Ferguson joined others on the Bills Wall of Fame as a 1995 inductee. While Ferguson was never voted to an All-Pro team or the Pro Bowl, he ranks towards the top in many quarterback stats in Bills history, including second only to Jim Kelly in yards and touchdown passes.

Marv Levy, Head Coach - 1986-1997

Levy is looked at by many as the greatest coach in Bills history, having led the Bills to four consecutive Super Bowls. He is Buffalo's winningest coach, with 112 regular season wins, and recorded 11 wins throughout the playoffs. He was inducted into the Bills Wall of Fame in 1996 and is also a member of the NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame.

#68, Joe DeLamielleure, Guard #68 - 1973-1979, 1985

Another Bills player who was enshrined in the NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame, LeLamielleure was inducted into the Bills Wall of Fame in 1997. He was instrumental in Simpson's pursuit of 2,000 yards and the anchor of what became known as the Electric Company, because they were the offensive line that provided OJ Simpson with his "juice". Delamielleure was named to three first-team All-Pros and four second-teams. He was also named to six Pro Bowl squads.

#20, Robert James, Defensive Back - 1969-1974

Robert James was inducted into the Bills Wall of Fame in 1998. His Bills career spanned only six seasons, but in that short amount of time, he was voted to two All-Pros teams and three Pro Bowls. His career was cut short due to a knee injury he suffered in 1975 before the season which led to his retirement.

Edward Abramoski, Athletic Trainer - 1960-1996

Abramoski was an athletic trainer for the Bills for an incredible 37 years. He was enshrined on the Bills Wall of Fame in 1999 and was also a member of the National Athletic Trainers Hall of Fame.