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Van Miller elected to Buffalo Bills Wall of Fame

Former Buffalo Bills broadcaster Van Miller will become the 29th member of the Bills Wall of Fame, and he'll be the first broadcaster to receive this honor during a ceremony this fall.

Miller served as the radio voice as the Bills from the team's first game in 1960 to 1971, and again from 1979 through the 2003 season.

"First of all, I was totally shocked," Miller told The News. "I never expected this. Mary Wilson called me to congratulate me and she told me how thrilled she was. And she said Ralph would be very happy this happened. I'm honored."

Miller's enshrinement ceremony will take place Sunday October 12th when the Bills host the New England Patriots

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