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: 2010 - 2019

#24, Booker Edgerson, Defensive Back - 1962-1969

Edgerson formed an incredible tandem with fellow Bills corner Butch Byrd for seven years, from 1964 until 1969. Edgerson sits number eight all-time among Bills players with 23 interceptions. He was part of the Bills dominant defenses of the late '60s and was voted to the Pro Bowl in 1965. He was added to the Wall in 2010.

#90, Phil Hansen, Defensive End - 1991-2001

Hansen was inducted into the Bills Wall of Fame in 2011 and was largely overlooked because he was playing opposite Bruce Smith, but he and Smith formed one of the most dominant defensive end duos in the NFL during the early '90s. Hansen played 11 seasons in Buffalo and ranks third all-time in Bills history with 61.5 sacks.

Bill Polian, General Manager - 1986-1992

Polian's name was added to the Bills Wall of Fame in 2012, due largely to being credited with building the Super Bowl teams of the early 90s. He played a part in drafting Bruce Smith and Andre Reed in the 1985 NFL Draft and selected Marv Levy as the Bills' new head coach in the middle of the 1986 season. He was the architect of one of the biggest trades in Bills' history that brought Cornelius Bennet to the team.

Lou Saban, Head Coach - 1962-1965, 1972-1976

Saban is only the second head coach on the Bills Wall of Fame, added in 2015. Saban led the Bills to back-to-back AFL titles in 1964 and 1965. Saban left after the 1965 season but returned to coach the Bills again from 1972 until 1976. He is the Bills' third-winningest head coach, behind Levy and Sean McDermott.

#34, Cookie Gilchrist, Full Back - 1962-1964

Gilchrist was the last player inducted into the Bills Wall of Fame, added in 2017. He was with the Bills for only three years but was fantastic in that brief time. He led the league in rushing in two of those seasons and has a career average yards per carry of 4.5 during his tenure in Buffalo. In 1962, he was voted the league's Player of the Year and voted top-five the following two seasons. He was voted to the Pro Bowl all three years, and first-team All-Pro twice, and second-team once.


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