DAILY REPORT– Buffalo Bills Wall of Famer Kent Hull died Tuesday in his home in Greenwood, Miss. Hull played 11 seasons with the Bills, 1986-96. He played in 170 regular season games with the team, including 121 consecutive and appeared in 19 postseason contests. He received the Ralph C. Wilson Distinguished Service Award in 2001 and was inducted into the Bills Wall of Fame in 2002.
STATEMENT FROM BUFFALO BILLS ON THE PASSING OF KENT HULLThe Buffalo Bills organization is deeply saddened with the passing of Kent Hull. Kent was a great team leader from our Super Bowl years and the anchor of our Pro Bowl offensive line.
To those who knew him, he will long be remembered as the epitome of toughness. But more so, he was a great man who cared deeply for his family, his friends and his teammates.
We will miss him terribly, but remember him forever. We extend our deepest and heartfelt sympathies to his wife, Kay, his children Drew and Ellen, and his entire family.
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