Kyle D. Williams Celebrity Life
Born on the 10th of June, 1983, Kyle Williams, born Kyle Derrick Williams is a former footballer in the American National Football League (NFL).
He played as a defensive tackle, and spend his entire professional career of 13 years representing the Buffalo Bills in the NFL.
If sacks and him being a defensive tackle position player is taken into consideration, Williams ranks the first. He also secured six impressive Pro Bowls throughout his career.
High school and college career
Receiving his high school education from Ruston High School, located in Ruston, Louisiana, Williams was an avid athlete from a young age, being a letterman in sports like track, baseball, and football.
Due to his impressive tally of 78 tackles, 7 sacks, and 17 for losses, while playing in his senior year, he was named Defensive MVP in 5A Louisiana. He also became district 1-5A’s MVP in the year 2001.
When it came to choosing his college, Williams gave more weight to Louisiana State University over colleges located in Florida, Nebraska, Auburn, and Tennessee.
During his freshman year, Kyle D Williams also holds the record of having run 942 yards, with a whopping 14 touchdowns, while playing varsity.
In college, Williams represented the LSU Tigers Football team between the years 2002 and 2005. He represented the Tigers in 46 games, starting at a 33 rank in the defensive tackle position.
His college career ended with a statistic of 140 cumulative tackles, 16.5 quarterback sacks and 26 tackles for loss.
He was also named, second-team All American, by entities like College Football News, Walter Camp Foundation, and Associated Press.
During the 2006 NFL Draft, Kyle D Williams was drafted by the Buffalo Bills, during the fifth round of the draft.
Since then, he has represented the team for 13 consecutive seasons, before retiring in the year 2018. His professional debut in the regular seasons came during the season opener of 2006, a game that he played against New England Patriots.
His last match took place on 30th December 2018, where he played for the Buffalo Bills for the last time, against Miami Dolphins.
Throughout his career, Williams has been an impressive player and exceptional footballer in the defensive tackle position. He was often regarded as the ‘heart and soul’ of the Buffalo Bills.
Throughout his career, he has secured a career statistic of 610 tackles, 48.5 sacks, 4 forced fumbles, 1 interception, and 6 fumble recoveries.
Awards and RecognitionHe created a stellar record for himself throughout his career, securing 6 Super Bowl positions to his name, in the years 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016 and 2018.
He also became the Second-team All-Pro in 2010, First-team All-SEC in 2005, Coaches’ Second-team All-SEC in 2005, and BCS National Champion in 2003.
He also became selected as the First-team All American in the year 2005 by Rivals.com and Second-team All American in the year 2005 by Collegefootballnews.com, Walter Camp Foundation, and Associated Press.
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