By Budd Bailey, Buffalo Sports Page Columnist
Angelo Crowell of the Bills
Taken in Round 3 in 2003
Other picks in that round: Jason Witten turned out to be one of the greatest tight ends in history after the Dallas Cowboys took him at No. 69. Future Buffalo Bills’ lineman Derrick Dockery went at No. 81 to Washington.
The details: Crowell spent five seasons with the Bills (2003-2007), and was a starting outside linebacker for the last three of them. But he had knee surgery before the 2008 season, left through free agency, signed with Tampa Bay, and tore a biceps muscle before he could play a game.
Other 94s: Matt Davidson never made it out of Rochester after the Sabres took him in 1995. The forward eventually played 56 NHL games with Columbus.
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