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ORCHARD PARK Thomas Sweeney Jersey Draft , N.Y. (AP) — Kyle Williams thought he had experienced close to every emotion before wrapping up his 13th and final NFL season.Turns out, there was room for one more before the Buffalo Bills defensive tackle entered retirement.With his team standing at midfield during pregame introductions, Williams was introduced last and got a standing ovation. It was when Williams entered the field that he noticed his wife, Jill, and their five children standing beside his teammates.Then came the tears.“I didn’t know that was going to happen,” Williams said. “I get past the goalposts and I see my family and I lost it. I’m fairly certain that that’s the first time I’ve openly boo-hooed inside the cage of a football helmet. And it will be the last, so first and last happened today. Just grateful, grateful for everything.”That reception, along with an actual 9-yard reception on offense in the fourth quarter — another first — in a dominant season-ending 42-17 win over the Miami Dolphins resulted in the ideal send-off for the 35-year-old player considered the heart and soul of the Bills over the last decade.“It is special for this team and this city to see how we played and how we wanted to play for him and send him out the way that we did,” said Bills quarterback Josh Allen, who had five touchdowns (three passing Thomas Sweeney NFL Jersey , two rushing).Williams announced his decision to retire on Friday. The former fifth-round pick blossomed to become a dominant presence in Buffalo, earning five trips to the Pro Bowl while becoming a fan favorite thanks to his tireless work ethic.His final game featured a little of everything.Williams had one tackle for a loss — stuffing running back Kalen Ballage for a 3-yard loss in the first quarter — as part of a dominant defensive effort that resulted in four sacks and two interceptions.He was brought onto the field as part of a goal-line package and used as a decoy on Allen’s 1-yard plunge to open the scoring in the opening minutes of the first quarter.Then, in the closing minutes of the fourth, Williams made his first career reception to raucous applause.The Bills then took the unusual measure of taking a timeout after a fourth-down kneel with 1:19 remaining so Williams could get a final curtain call from the fans, who chanted “Thank you, Kyle!” in unison.“You don’t have those opportunities a lot to be able to do that,” Bills coach Sean McDermott said. “I know it’s more of a basketball type of deal, but to be able to put the defense back out there one more time it was more important to me that we honor Kyle’s career than it was to score potentially another touchdown.“I wanted to do it the right way.”Williams capped the day by circling the field to greet and say goodbye to the fans, many of whom wore his No. 95 jersey.“It was spontaneous,” Williams said. “I was giving some people some fives on the way in and thanking them and it just really got to me — well, I can’t do a 10-yard section and not hit the whole place. So I also made a lap with my kids and they had an opportunity to enjoy it.”His three sons then followed him into the locker room Thomas Sweeney NFL Draft , where they sat at Williams’ stall sipping Gatorade while waiting for their dad to shower and change.Williams finishes his career with 48½ sacks in 183 games — the most by a Bills defensive tackle.And he went out in style for someone who arrived in Buffalo not wanting to seek attention.Williams was difficult to miss on Sunday.“Yeah, the whole thing has been a little out of my comfort zone,” Williams said. “It was a great day. My family enjoyed it. My kids enjoyed it. We all get to enjoy it because we won.”2019 NFL Draft: college football recap, Week Two College football’s second week featured a lack of defense and several high-scoring affairs as a result. Miami put up 77 points against an over-matched Savanna State while Syracuse, Boston College, Oregon, Virginia Tech and Boise State all put up 62 points against their respective opponents. Still, amidst the offensive fireworks, there was a fair share of decent defensive performances to observe. Below are the NFL prospects that helped their draft stock rise during week two. Benny Snell Jr., RB (Kentucky)Kentucky shocked No. 25 Florida thanks to Snell’s consistency in the run game. Though he’s not going to win many races against, say Thomas Sweeney Buffalo Bills Jersey , defensive backs, his decisiveness when choosing a hole and his tendency to fall forward ensures that the Wildcats are always ahead of the chains. His 27 carries for 175 yards provided proof he can be one of the rare workhorse tailbacks in today’s game. Preston Williams, WR (Colorado State)Williams made clutch catch after clutch catch against Arkansas. While he’s a big target at 6’4”, his speed in and out of his breaks is surprisingly advanced. He was able to beat his defender in man coverage and found the open spots in the zone all night. The second-most prolific wide receiver in the nation, the junior wideout might already be the successor to Michael Gallup. Kaden Smith, TE (Stanford)Stanford is a well-known tight end factory and the junior tight end has massive potential. Not much of an in-line blocker despite his great measurables —6’5”, 252 pounds — Smith was a reliable target in the intermediate passing game for Stanford against the USC Trojans on Saturday. Three of his four catches on the night were for first downs, including one on a third-and-23, keeping several Cardinal drives on schedule. Jeffrey Simmons, DT (Mississippi State)Simmons has had some off-the-field concerns, but on the field against Kansas State Infant Devin Singletary Jersey , he was dominant. While the Wildcats sport one of the best defensive lines in the country, it was the Bulldogs’ junior defensive tackle who consistently used his long arms to jack-up the offensive lineman in front of him to stuff runs. Finishing with 4 solo tackles, 2 tackles-for-loss and one hurry can be considered quite a victory against this group.Curtis Bolton, LB (Oklahoma)The WILL linebacker’s assignment on the day was to mirror UCLA’s freshman quarterback, Dorian Thompson-Robinson, and corral him whenever he escaped the pocket. Bolton executed that game plan nearly to perfection. Built more like a safety at 218 pounds, the senior kept crashing downhill against the run and on blitzes. He eventually came up with 1.5 sacks and two tackles-for-loss on the day.Rock Ya-Sin, CB (Temple)Pretty much the only reason the Temple Owls almost pulled out a victory against theUniversity of Buffalo was because of Ya-Sin’s play. A transfer from tiny Presbyterian College, the senior had a touchdown-saving interception when he went mano-a-mano against Bulls wide receiver Anthony Johnson in the end-zone. Combined with three passes defended throughout the game and 7 tackles — if they didn’t before, you can bet NFL scouts now have him on their radar.
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