Cookie Gilchrist was the first AFL runner to eclipse the 1,000-yard mark.
Marshawn Lynch, the Bills first-round draft pick in 2007, rushed for over 1,000 yards as a rookie.
Antowain Smith led the Bills in rushing as a rookie in 1997.
Thurman Thomas holds the Bills career rushing mark with 11,938 yards.
Robb Riddick, a ninth-round draft pick in 1981, played his entire career (seven seasons) with the Buffalo Bills.
In 1985 Greg Bell set a then-team record for receptions in a game when he hauled in 13 passes against the San Diego Chargers.
Joe Cribbs gained over 1,000 yards in three of his five seasons with the Bills. He was elected to the Pro Bowl in each of those three seasons (1980-81, 1983).
Curtis Brown was voted as the Bills' 1977 Most Valuable Player by his teammates.
Roland Hooks started against the New England Patriots in 1977 in place of an injured O.J. Simpson and rushed for 155 yards.
Terry Miller burst into the NFL as a rookie in 1978 by gaining 1,060 yards on 238 attempts.
In 1978 Jim Braxton set a then-franchise record for most receptions by a running back with 43 catches for 461 yards.
In 11 seasons (nine in Buffalo) O.J. Simpson rushed for 11,236 yards, added 2,142 yards on 203 pass receptions, returned 33 kickoffs 990 yards for a superb 30-yard average, and amassed 14,368 combined net yards. He scored 456 points on 76 touchdowns.