His voice is engrained in the memories of many longtime Bills fans, and now his name will be a part of the team's Wall of Fame.
Van Miller, the legendary Bills play-by-play announcer will join some of the biggest names in club history this fall.
Miller called Bills games for 37 seasons starting in 1960. He was there through good times and the bad. He retired after the 2003 season. He received the Pete Rozelle Radio and Television Award from the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
The 86-year-old will be the 29th inductee to the Wall of Fame at Ralph Wilson Stadium with a ceremony October 12 when the Bills host New England.