Brian Moorman to be ‘Legend of the Game’ for Bills-Falcons

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The Buffalo Bills will continue to honor some of their past players against the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday.

For Week 17, the Bills will bring back former punter Brian Moorman as a “Legend of the Game.”

While some younger fans might look at Moorman and question a punter being dubbed this, longtime Bills Mafia members will love Moorman being selected. During his tenure with the team, Moorman was one of the biggest fan favorites.

Moorman punted for the Bills from 2001-2013. He departed in 2012 and spent time with the Dallas Cowboys.

Upon returning, Moorman recalled the way the fans welcomed him back after the Cowboys spell in 2013.

“We were playing the Bengals and I was about to punt before the end of the first half and they gave me a standing ovation and cheered like, I’d never heard them cheer before. That feeling was second to none, quite frankly,” he said to the team’s website.

Moorman was a first-team, All-Pro for the team in 2005 and 2006.

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