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Kent Hull
Date of birth: January 13, 1960 (1960-01-13) (age 50)
Place of birth: Pontotoc, MS
Career information
Position(s): Center
College: Mississippi State
Organizations
 As player:
1983-1985
1986-1996
New Jersey Generals (USFL)
Buffalo Bills
Career highlights and awards
Pro Bowls: 1988, 1989, 1990
Playing stats at DatabaseFootball.com

James Kent Hull (born January 13, 1960 in Pontotoc, Mississippi) is a former American football offensive lineman in the National Football League and United States Football League. He played center for the New Jersey Generals of the USFL and Buffalo Bills of the NFL. A native of Greenwood, Mississippi and a graduate of Mississippi State University, Hull retired from football in January 1997 to settle down in the Mississippi Delta with his wife and two children.

Football career

At Mississippi State, Hull earned four football letters as the Bulldogs' center from 1979-1982 before going on to star in the NFL. During Hull's eleven year career in Buffalo, he played in 121 straight games as the Bills enjoyed eight winning seasons and won four consecutive AFC titles. Named to the Pro Bowl three times, he was also one of the team's captains for his final seven years. Most notably, he played for Buffalo during their record four straight Super Bowl appearances from 1991-1994.

Awards and recognition

Charitable personal appearances in 1997 Hull was selected to the Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame in 1997, inducted into the Mississippi State University Sports Hall of Fame in 2000, received the Ralph C. Wilson Distinguished Service Award in 2001, was selected to the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame in 2002 and was the 19th inductee to the Wall of Fame at Ralph Wilson Stadium in Buffalo in 2002.

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