Bills DT Kyle Williams had an abbreviated 2015 season after a knee injury cost him the last 10 games of the year and required surgery. In an appearance on the John Murphy Show, Williams provided an update on where he stands physically as the start of the team’s offseason conditioning program fast approaches.
“It’s going great. I’m getting back into full-fledged working out,” Williams told the John Murphy Show. “It was slow going at the beginning. But it’s moved along well and now I’m getting ready for a football season now rather than rehabilitation. That’s always a good thing.”
Williams did lament the fact that he missed the final two thirds of the season feeling he could’ve helped not only on the field, but in terms of leadership saying there were some communication issues in terms of roles on the defense that he felt he could have helped smooth out.
Knowing Rex Ryan intends to get back to his style of defense, after his attempts to blend his scheme with elements of Buffalo’s defense prior to his arrival didn’t work, Kyle is eager to be a part of what has made Ryan’s defenses so successful over the years.
“I know what Rex’s style of defense is, it’s one that causes trouble for offenses,” Williams said. “I’ve seen it first hand. I’m ready to go to be a part of it.”
Williams will be the recipient of the Athletes in Action Call to Courage award this weekend at Frank Reich’s annual event in Buffalo.
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