BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Standing on the field in his sixth and final Pro Bowl, Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams joked with referees he wanted the big prize from the NFL's annual all-star exhibition.
"If I get near one of the these quarterbacks, you need to blow it dead. I need a car," he said.
Williams didn't get to the any of the NFC signal callers but he did end his career on a high note, as the AFC defeated the NFC 26-7 in the Pro Bowl on Sunday.
The defensive tackle, who played in 185 career games and recorded a franchise record 48.5 sacks, finishied with two tackles in the all-star game, including a stop on fourth and short to hold the NFC out of the end zone.
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