Saturday, March 12, 2016

1977 Profile: Bill Adams

No. 60
Holy Cross
"Adams started the opening game of the 1976 season at tackle for the Bills and appeared in 11 games last year. He started every preseason game at tackle due to the absence of Donnie Green. He saw action on special teams and as a backup at guard and tackle.
He played in six games in 1975 as a backup to both Joe DeLamielleure and Reggie McKenzie. Bill appeared in eight games in 1974 after spending the entire 1973 season on the Bills' free agent roster. He played in the final six games of the 1972 season after being activated from the taxi squad.
Bill is one of the strongest men on the squad and never quits working. His versatility and hustle are assets and he could start for many teams in the NFL. He was signed as a free agent out of Holy Cross.
An offensive guard and a tackle in college, Adams was tri-captain of the Crusaders and an All-New England choice. He won two letters in track and three in wrestling as an undergraduate.
He has a B.A. degree in economics with a minor in history. He's interested in a career as a CPA, teacher or business management specialist. Golf and movies are his hobbies."

-Buffalo Bills 1977 Press-Radio-TV Guide

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