Hall of Fame offensive lineman Joe DeLamielleure will participate in the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Heart of a Hall of Famer speaker series today at 1 p.m.
The Heart of a Hall of Famer character series provides students the opportunity to interact and learn first-hand from legendary Gold Jackets what it takes beyond athletic ability to achieve success on and off the football field.
Any school can connect to these interactive broadcasts via a PC/MAC/IOS/Android device or a traditional video conferencing system. The series is designed for grades 4th-12th and is free of charge.
DeLamielleure played eight seasons for the Bills from 1973-79 and again in 1985. He was a member of the famed “Electric Company” offensive line which paved the way for O.J. Simpson’s NFL record setting 2,003 yards in 1973 and received the Ralph C. Wilson Distinguished Service Award in 1987. He was added to the Buffalo Bills Wall of Fame in 1997 before his enshrinement in Canton in 2003.
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