Eric Moulds to "Lead the Charge" on Sunday

Eric Moulds had a fantastic career with the Buffalo Bills. Statistically, only Andre Reed was better at the position. On Sunday, the three time All-Pro will lead the Bills onto the field when they take on the Kansas City Chiefs.

When the Buffalo Bills take the field on Sunday, a familar face will be "leading the charge." Eric Moulds, Buffalo's first round draft pick in 1996, will lead the Bills onto the field against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Moulds played with the Bills from 1996-2005. During this time, he was named to three Pro Bowls and three All-Pro Teams (1998, 2000, 2002). In 1998, Moulds led the AFC in receiving yards with 1,368. He was named to Buffalo's 50th Anniversary Team.

In his 10 seasons with the Bills, Moulds caught 675 passes 9,096 yards and 48 touchdowns. He was the first Bills player to ever record over 100 receptions in 2002. Bills fans will never forget his 240 receiving yards in a 24-17 playoff loss to the Miami Dolphins.

He finished his Bills career second in yards, receptions and touchdown receptions to Hall of Fame wide receiver Andre Reed.

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