|No. 61, 78, 60, 64, 88, 89|
|Position:||Offensive guard / defensive end|
August 20, 1935|
|Died:||August 21, 2000
Amherst, New York
|Height:||6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
|Weight:||252 lb (114 kg)|
|College:||North Carolina A&T|
|NFL Draft:||1960 / Round: 20 / Pick: 229|
|AFL draft:||1960 / Round: Second Selections
(by the Buffalo Bills)
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|Player stats at PFR|
Thomas Frederick Day (August 20, 1935 – August 21, 2000) was an American football player. A defensive end, he played college football at North Carolina A&T State University, and professionally in the American Football League (AFL) for the Buffalo Bills and the San Diego Chargers. He was part of the Bills' defense, which did not allow a rushing touchdown for 17 consecutive games over a portion of the 1964 and 1965 seasons, winning the American Football League Championship in both years. Day was an AFL All-Star in 1965.
Day said of winning the AFL championship, "Winning the championship is like making love to the most beautiful woman in the world."
- Buffalo Bills 1994 season in review video: "Classics." NFL Films.
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