Former Buffalo Bills players Eric Moulds and Bob Chandler will be inducted into the Great Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame.
The pair will be part of the 33rd induction class on June 14.
Moulds, 49, was a first-round pick of the Bills in 1996. The receiver played for the team until 2005.
Moulds made 675 receptions for 9,096 yards, with 49 touchdowns in his career in Buffalo. His play was all the more impressive considering the lack of quarterback stability the Bills had during his career in western New York.
Chandler played nine seasons in Buffalo between 1971 and 1979. Also a wideout, made 295 receptions for 3,999 yards, with 34 touchdowns.
During Chandler’s tenure, he led the NFL in receptions between 1975 and 1977. Post-Bills, he joined the Raiders and won Super Bowl XV.
After retiring in 1983, Chandler began a long broadcasting career. He passed away in 1995.