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Counting the house of Bills colors at HOF enshrinement

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CANTON - As expected, Bills fans are by far the largest contingent of fans in Fawcett Stadium for the Hall of Fame enshrinement festival. Andre Reed's 83 and Jim Kelly's 12 are the most numerous Bills jerseys in the stands.

Here's an unofficial list of the different Bills jerseys represented:

1-Mike Hollis. 3-EJ Manuel. 7-Doug Flutie. 8-Brian Moorman. 10-Robert Woods. 11-Drew Bledsoe. 12-Kelly. 13-Stevie Johnson. 14-Sammy Watkins and Ryan Fitzpatrick. 15-Jack Kemp. 21-Leodis McKelvin. 22-Fred Jackson. 27-Stephon Gilmore. 28-C.J. Spiller. 32-O.J. Simpson. 34-Thurman Thomas. 46-Leonard Smith. 50-Kiko Alonso. 51-Takeo Spikes and Paul Posluszny. 54-Chris Spielman. 58-Shane Conlan. 70-Eric Wood. 78-Bruce Smith. 80-Eric Moulds. 81-Peerless Price. 82-Don Beebe. 83-Reed. 89-Steve Tasker. 90-Phil Hansen. 91-Spencer Johnson. 94-Mario Williams and Aaron Schobel. 95-Kyle Williams and Bryce Paup. 99-Marcell Dareus.

 

  • John Otterson

    Andre Reed wore #83, not #88.

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Vic Carucci returned to The Buffalo News as a Bills beat reporter in September. Carucci covered the Bills for 17 years before joining NFL.com as a columnist in 1999. Prior to rejoining The News, he spent three years as a senior editor for the Cleveland Browns.

Tim Graham returned to The Buffalo News in 2011 after covering the NFL for three years at ESPN and for one year at the Palm Beach Post. Before that, the Cleveland native spent seven seasons on the Buffalo Sabres beat for The News and was president of the Boxing Writers Association of America.

Jay Skurski joined The News in January 2009. The Lewiston native attended St. Francis High School before graduating from the University of South Florida.