Buffalo sportscaster Van Miller passed away Friday at the age of 87. Miller was the "Voice of the Bills" from 1960-1970 and again from 1978-2003. Miller called 605 games during his 37-year career broadcasting for the Bills. He was honored with the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award in 2004 and had his name added to the Bill's Wall of Fame in 2014. He began as a broadcaster in 1955.