RICHARD "BILL" HUDSON
PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL PLAYER, COACH, EDUCATOR
Most Outstanding Player
|Richard "Bill" Hudson was a star football player in
Henry County long before his professional football career. After his years at Grove High
School he was a four year starter at Memphis State. In 1961 he was a second-round draft
pick for the San Diego Chargers.
Traded to the Buffalo Bills in 1963 he was a part of the 1964 and 1965 championship teams.
Hudson was named to the All-League Team in 1966 by the American Football League coaches and for the Buffalo Bills Team of the Decade in 1970.
Retiring from pro football he returned to Paris and served as assistant and head coach of the Henry County High School Patriots football team and vice principal of the high school. He is now retired.
A synopsis of the Buffalo Bills 1964 and 1965 seasons
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