Lou Piccone began his career with the NY Jets from 1974-76 as a free agent. He led the league in kick off returns in his Rookie season with over 1000 yards. From 1977-83, Lou played in Buffalo. A full scale utility player, Lou was noted for his ability to play most any receiver position and fans heralded him on the field with the famous.... "Lou, Lou, Lou" chant. In ‘77, Piccone’s first season with Buffalo, he was fourth on the team in receptions behind Bobby Chandler, Jim Braxton and Reuben Gant. Ironically, his first touchdown as a Bill was against the Jets. But under Jim Ringo, the team finished with a 3-11 record. The Bills had a new head coach the following season - Chuck Knox. Piccone played six seasons with the Bills, totaling 81 receptions and six touchdowns. His work ethic and contribution on special teams made him a fan favorite.