The Buffalo Bills suffered a number of key injuries this season which saw them struggle after a fast start, but one of them may have been a blessing in disguise, in a sense.
Nose tackle Kyle Williams played in just five games this season before eventually being placed on injured reserve with a foot injury.
Williams just got his walking boot off last week, and says his foot feels better now than it has his whole career. He's hopeful that can translate into being a more dominant force on the field once he returns.
“Hopefully when it comes time I can hit the ground running and be as good as I've ever been, and that's what I'm planning on doing,” said the six-year pro.