Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams has been a stalwart for the team over the years, helping control the trenches, and the team and its fans sent him off in a big way during Sunday’s regular-season finale against the Dolphins.
Williams spent the entirety of his career in Buffalo — which is rare — having been drafted in 2006, and wrapping up his 13th season on Sunday. He announced he’d be retiring at the end of the season over the weekend, and the team sent him off in the best way possible.
On one particular play in the fourth quarter of the game, the Bills snuck Williams in on offense, and Josh Allen threw a pass to him for a nine-yard gain. He was mobbed by his teammates afterward, and fans showed him plenty of love as well.