Bills alum view AFL exhibit
Charlie King and his brother Tony King were teammates on the 1967 Buffalo Bills. It marked the first set of African American brothers to be teammates on a pro football team. The historic footnote is included in the new special exhibit, Remember the AFL, that opened last weekend.
Charlie and Tony made a visit to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday to see the new exhibit. They took time out to pose next to an display featuring their story.
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