He was voted a first alternate for the Pro Bowl after putting together a solid 2018 season, his 13th and final with the Bills. Following the knee injury suffered by Tennessee Pro Bowl DT Jurrell Casey, Kyle Williams got the call to appear in the league’s All-Star game on Jan. 27th.
Williams expressed an interest in playing even though he announced his retirement just a couple of days prior to the Bills final game of the 2018 season.
“The opportunity to go represent the organization one more time, I’d definitely jump at that,” he said late last month.
For Williams it will be the sixth Pro Bowl of his career, and a fitting way to go out. Williams is the third Bills defensive player to play in six Pro Bowls joining DE Bruce Smith (11) and LB Mike Stratton (6).
Williams was previously named to the Pro Bowl in 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2016.