By Budd Bailey, Buffalo Sports Page Columnist
Jonas Jennings of the Bills
Taken in Round 3 in 2001
Other pick in that round: Steve Smith went to Carolina at No. 74. He caught 1,031 passes for 14,731 yards. Jennings was the last choice in the third round.
The details: Jennings’ career fit into a pair of four-year segments, and the Bills got the better of the deal. The offensive tackle started every game he played as a Bill (52 of them). Then he signed with San Francisco, and was bothered by injuries throughout his time as a 49er.
Other 95s: Alan Haworth had a better career than you might remember, but almost all of it was with Washington instead of the Sabres. The winger had seven straight 20-goal seasons before departing for Switzerland in 1988. Mitchell Brookins was a reserve running back for the Bills in 1984-85.
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