Tales From The Buffalo Bills (Tales Series)
In the 1970s, Joe DeLamielleure led a Buffalo Bills offensive line affectionately called the Electric Company, because they turned the Juice loose. The Juice, of course, was running back O.J. Simpson. A starter from the first game of his rookie season in 1973, DeLamielleure led the way for Simpsons 2,000-yard seasonthe first in NFL historythat year. The durable star lineman went on to play 185 consecutive games over 13 seasons for the Bills and Cleveland Browns, earning six Pro Bowl berths. In Joe Delamielleures Tales from the Buffalo Bills, DeLamielleure takes readers behind the scenes and into the locker room with one of the most exciting teams in Bills history. He shares how his Hall of Fame career almost never startedDeLamielleure failed his physical after being drafted out of Michigan State. The star lineman shares memories of Bills owner Ralph Wilson, the experience of being elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and more.
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