Bill Conaty

Bill Conaty
No. 63
Date of birth (1973-03-08) March 8, 1973
Place of birth Baltimore, Maryland
Career information
Position(s) Center
College Virginia Tech
Career history
As player
1997–2002 Buffalo Bills
2003 Dallas Cowboys
2004 Minnesota Vikings
2005 Arizona Cardinals
Career stats

William Buckley Conaty, Jr. (born March 8, 1973 in Baltimore, Maryland) is a former professional American football player who played center for nine seasons for the Buffalo Bills, Minnesota Vikings, Dallas Cowboys and the Arizona Cardinals.

Virginia Tech

Conaty was a four year starter along the offensive line for the Hokies, starting a then record 48 straight games. After starting his freshman year at offensive tackle, Conaty shifted over to center where he started his remaining three seasons. Conaty was a two time all Big East selection. During his senior year he was named team captain and first team Sporting News All-American.

Buffalo Bills

Bill Conaty signed with the Buffalo Bills in 1997.[1] In 2001, his fifth NFL year, he became the Bills' starting center,[2] replacing Jerry Ostroski. After the 2001 season, Conaty was named to the USA Today All-Joe team. Conaty finished his career on injured reserve with the Arizona Cardinals.


In 2009 Conaty graduated from Rutgers School of Law and is admitted to practice law in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

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