The former LSU Tiger defensive tackle Kyle Williams is officially hanging up his cleats after 13 seasons in the NFL, all of which he played with the Buffalo Bills.

Williams grew up a native of Ruston, LA and said he and his wife had never lived outside of the state of Louisiana before he was drafted by the Buffalo Bills during the fifth round of the 2006 NFL Draft.

During his time at LSU he won the National Championship in 2003 and he's had a stellar career with the Buffalo Bills over those 13 seasons. He amassed 607 tackles, 48.5 sacks, and only played in less than 15 games twice in his career. He was also selected to five Pro Bowls over those 13 years.

He penned a thank you letter to Bills Mafia Friday that went like this:

 

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