Cookie Gilchrist was one of professional footballs most ferocious running backs of all time. His style drew comparisons to that of the great Jim Brown. One of the early stars of the American Football League, died Monday, January 10th, 2011 in Pittsburgh. He was 75...
Players and Coaches remember Cookie in this candid interview. Interviews conducted about the unforgettable Cookie Gilchrist by some of the people who played with him, were close to him and knew him best.
BuffaloNews.com Writers Remember Cookie
Sports Editor Larry Felser, Sports Reporter Jim Peters, and Buffalo News Sports Reporter Milt Northrop remember Cookie Gilchrist.
Van Miller on passing of Bills RB Cookie Gilchrist
Van Miller, the "Voice of the Bills," remembers Buffalo Bills great RB Cookie Gilchrist, a man he calls "one-of-a-kind."
Looking Back at Cookie Gilchrist
He was known as the hard hitting fullback who set records and helped the Buffalo Bills win championships.
Carlton "Cookie" Gilchrist played for the Buffalo Bills from 1962 to 1965. And while he made a name for himself on the field, off the field he took a stand for Civil Rights.
As part of Channel Seven's celebration of Black History Month, Ed Reilly takes a look back at the life of the legendary Buffalo Bill.
With a personality as big as the game of football and a will to match, nearly every football fan, player, coach and sports writer has a different perspective on who Cookie Gilchrist was and what he meant to the game of football.