Kyle Williams announced his retirement after 13 years in western New York last week and the Bills did all they could to honor the veteran defensive lineman.
On the second to last drive of the Bills season, Sean McDermott drew up a pass play for Williams who was lined up in the backfield, catching a Josh Allen pass out in the flat for a nine yard gain on first down.
— Heather Prusak (@haprusak) December 30, 2018
Williams was put back in on offense for the final drive, with the Bills calling a timeout to give him the chance to walk off the field and for Bills fans at New Era field to pay their respects. That they did.
Kyle Williams comes off the field one last time to a standing ovation in Buffalo. 🐐 pic.twitter.com/vVlC0cgzcA
— The Checkdown (@thecheckdown) December 30, 2018