Buffalo Bills announce Thurman Thomas' No. 34 jersey will be retired

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               Bills retire Thurman Thomas' number        The Buffalo Bills announced a huge honor for running back Thurman Thomas Wednesday

It was only a matter of time before the team made it official with Thurman Thomas.

The running back's number will be retired during the Bills' Monday Night Football home game this season.

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The Buffalo Bills will be retiring their third jersey number in franchise history this season, and frankly it seems long overdue. The Houston native finished his career with 12,074 rushing yards and 65 rushing touchdowns. In the first three seasons of his career, Thomas had a total of 12 games with at least 100 yards rushing. "Thomas will join quarterback Jim Kelly and defensive end Bruce Smith to receive such recognition from the Bills".

He was a star at Oklahoma State, as well. Thomas received Heisman votes in 1985 and 1987; the honor went to Auburn's Bo Jackson and Notre Dame's Tim Brown, respectively.

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While franchises in other sports may be quick to retire numbers, National Football League teams are working with large rosters and a limited amount of available numbers to be worn on jerseys.

The Buffalo Bills have announced the team will retire the No. 34 jersey of Thurman Thomas this year, according to NFL.com and other news sources.

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However, when the Bills drafted him in 1988, the Hall of Fame RB says he didn't even know where Buffalo was.

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