#66 T Jerry Crafts
The Buffalo Bills already had a House in Howard Ballard but with his possible looming departure to a new home in free agency, in the 1992 season the Bills added a Condo to Rich Stadium. Standing 6-5 tall and listed at 343lb (but he most likely weighed more) Jerry Crafts "the Condo" dawned the Red, White and Blue of Buffalo. He played just six game in the 1992 season, but Crafts stayed on the Bills roster for the 1993 and 1994 seasons. Crafts, however, was a project when he signed with Buffalo, and after starting 7 games in the 1994 season it was clear that this Condo was too big a project to continue. It was his last season in Buffalo. But that wasn't the end of Big Daddy (the name he used on his XFL jersey), he bounced around to every Pro Football league available. Now he has landed in the head coaching job of the Jacksonville University junior varsity football team.
Jerry Crafts "The Condo" is your Lesser Known Bills Player of the Day
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