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Former LSU defensive tackle Kyle Williams has re-signed with the Buffalo Bills for a one-year deal worth $6 million, with $5 million guaranteed according to Ian Rapoport.

The 34-year-old Williams will enter his 13th season with the Bills after being selected in the fifth round of the 2006 draft.

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In high school his motor never quit. Glad he became a Tiger and now coming up on 13 years of NFL. Congrats to a Great Tiger number 95 Kyle Williams.
Reply3 days
I remember seeing him running down West Monroe's RBs with ease and the thing that shocked me about him is how he is only about 6 ft tall, but build like a bowling ball.
3 days
I definitely thought finally getting to the playoffs would cap off an impressive career. Guess there are five million reasons to come back. Wish I could watch him play more - not so much Buffalo coverage around here.
Reply4 days
Good....did not want him in New Orleans
Reply4 days
GOOD, because he DID NOT want to play in New Orleans!!! Get over it and not every LSU fan is fan of that team, so we do not care what you think about your precious Saints and their piece of shite billionaire owner that is screwing over state tax payers to the tune of $400 million!
3 days
Still remember my roommate in college being in a class group with him. Doesn't feel like that long ago.....damn I'm getting old...13 years!
Reply4 days
Re-sign or resign?
Reply4 days
$5mil >>> “make the playoffs, sail off into the sunset” feel good story
Reply4 days
What made him quit?
Reply4 days
What did he quit?
4 days
re-signed, not resigned
4 days
Ha. For a second, I thought he had quit as well. Resign - quit Re-sign - sign again
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