Former All-Pro defensive tackle Kyle Williams enjoyed an impressive 13-year NFL career with the Buffalo Bills. Drafted by the Bills in the fifth round of the 2006 NFL Draft out of Louisiana State University, Williams played his entire career in Buffalo where he was considered the heart and soul of the team. A six-time Pro Bowler, Williams was named Second Team All-Pro in 2010. The longest tenured player on the Bills roster in 2018, Williams appeared in 183 career games, the most by any defensive tackle in franchise history before retiring following the 2018 season. For his career, he recorded 387 tackles, and his 48.5 career sacks are the most by a defensive tackle in team history. In his final season in 2018, Williams had five sacks and one forced fumble while leading Buffalo’s defensive tackles in snaps played. In 2017, the Bills finished second in the AFC East and earned their first playoff berth since 1999. At LSU, Williams won the 2003 BCS National Championship and was a named First-Team All-SEC and Second-Team All-American in 2005.