Former Buffalo Bills star Kent Hull died after suffering a heart attack at age 50, according to BuffaloNews.com.
Hull played centre for the Bills from 1986 to 1996, was a three-time pro-bowler, and was inducted into the Buffalo Hall of Fame in 1997.
“Of all 47 years of my coaching career, this was one of the most memorable guys I ever had the honour to coach,” Marv Levy, Hull’s former coach said.
After retiring from the NFL, Kent ran a farm in Greenwood, Miss.
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