The 2016 NFL draft is 67 days away. Who have the Buffalo Bills drafted at pick 67?
Buffalo has selected three players at pick 67. Here’s a look at three former Bills.
Mark Brammer, TE, Michigan State (1980)
Brammer spent five seasons in the NFL with the Bills. During that time, he caught 116 passes for 1,137 yards and 10 touchdowns. Brammer’s best season came in 1981 when he started all 16 games with Buffalo. He caught 33 passes for 365 yards and two touchdowns that season.
According to BuffaloBillsAlumni.com, Brammer still resides in Western New York and he’s a partner in Butler Mechanical Company. Brammer is also the Recording Secretary of the Buffalo Bills Alumni Association, according to the site.
Glenn Alexander, WR, Grambling St. (1970)
Alexander only lasted one season in the NFL. In 1970, Alexander appeared in 13 games with Buffalo. He caught four passes for 51 yards as a rookie and also handled kickoff duties for the Bills. Alexander had 12 kick returns for 204 yards and one punt return for two yards.
Billy Majors, DB, Tennessee (1961)
Majors was drafted by the Bills in the AFL and the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFL (168 overall). The defensive back chose Buffalo but didn’t have a notable career with the Bills. He appeared in one game during his rookie season and was out of the league by 1962.
Majors sold insurance for a short period before joining Tennessee’s staff as the team’s defensive backs coach in 1964. Unfortunately, Majors would be killed in a train-car crash in 1965. You can read more about the 1965 Tennessee Vols and Majors here: