Booker Edgerson


CB #24

(1962-1969) Signed with the Bills as an undrafted free agent out of Western Illinois University in 1962…Named to the 1962 AFL All-Rookie Team…Won two consecutive AFL Championships with the Bills in 1964 and 1965...Registered 23 interceptions for 421 yards, and two touchdowns in his 106 games with the Bills. 

He became one of the best man-to-man cornerbacks in the league during his eight seasons. 

Recipient of Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Distinguished Service Award in 1993…Inducted into Western Illinois University Hall of Fame in 1996…Inducted into Quad City Sports Hall of Fame in 1998…Named to Larry Felser’s All Time Bills Team in 2000…Inducted into Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame in 2001…Named to both Larry Felser’s 50th Anniversary Team and Mark Gaughan’s 50th Anniversary Team in 2009.

Booker currently resides in Amherst, NY and is the President of the Buffalo Chapter of the 
NFLPA Retired Players Association.