Andre Darnell Reed (January 29, 1964-) (WR) holds the Buffalo Bills career records for the most yards receiving (13,095), most receiving touchdowns (86) and most receptions (941), each by a large margin over the next player, Eric Moulds. He also ranks among the top 15 players in NFL history in each of those categories. Reed was a product of the football talent-rich Allentown, Pennsylvania where he played quarterback for Dierhoff High School. Andre then enrolled in Kutztown University where he was shifted to wide receiver due to his blazing speed and powerfully strong and resilient frame. The Buffalo Bills took Andre in the fourth round of the 1985 NFL Draft adding him to an offense that included future Hall of Famers Jim Kelly and Thurman Thomas. From the beginning, Reed showcased the ability to tack on numerous yards after the catch and he soon became one of the game’s best at it. He had four seasons with 1,000 yards of better and helped lead the Bills to four consecutive Super Bowls from 1990 to 1993. Andre played 15 years with the Buffalo Bills (1985-1999) and after signing with the Denver Broncos and failing to find room among their Wide receiver depth chart played one last year with the Washington Redskins (2000). Reed is widely remembered for his contributions during the 1993 playoff game against the Houston Oilers known as “The Comeback.” After the Bills went down 35-3, Buffalo mounted the greatest comeback in NFL and perhaps professional sports history as they scored 38 points in the second half to beat the Oilers 41-38. Andre Reed made eight receptions for 136 yards and scored three touchdowns. He was a seven-time NFL Pro Bowler and earned NFL Second Team honors from AP tice and NEA three times. Andre Reed retired with 13,198 career receiving yards and 87 receiving touchdowns on 951 receptions in 234 games. He also rushed for 46 yards and one TD. Andre Reed was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2014.