Can you believe it's been over 25 years since the Buffalo Bills were enjoying their four-straight years reaching the Super Bowl? Jim Kelly, Thurman Thomas, Andre Reed, Bruce Smith, and the rest of those teams are beloved by Western New York.

The man coaching them during those years was Marv Levy.

Levy was head coach of the Bills from 1986-1997 and went on to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2001 and had 143-career wins as an NFL head coach with the Bills and Kansas City Chiefs.

Now, Levy is getting another honor and this time, it's north of the border.

Levy has been inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame.

Levy was the head coach of the Montreal Alouettes from 1973-1977 and won two Grey Cup championships with Montreal.

After his big success in Canada, Levy was hired by the Chiefs in 1978 to be their head coach.

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Marv turned 95 years old last year and is still going strong. If you remember, he held the title of Bills general manager in 2006 and 2007 and has been a part of the Western New York community since he became head coach 35 years ago.

I'm bummed I never got a chance to watch the Bills during those 90s Super Bowl teams but it's cool that Marv Levy has another huge honor to add to his football career.

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