Minnesota DT and former Bills DT Pat Williams admits he’s contemplating retirement after 13 NFL seasons.
Williams in speaking with the Minneapolis Star-Tribune said he feels “drained” after the Vikings playoff run to the NFC title game. He actually spoke to teammate Brett Favre about his thoughts on retirement, which is probably not a good thing if the Vikings are hopeful for a quick answer from Big Pat.
Williams, now 37, has three Pro Bowls under his belt all earned during his time in Minnesota. If he does retire it’s been one heck of a career for a former undrafted rookie free agent out of Texas A&M. In fact he’s arguably one of the most accomplished undrafted defensive tackles of his era.
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