20. DT Kyle Williams Drafted By: Buffalo Bills (2006)
Technically Kyle Williams is retired now, but the new season hasn’t started yet so we’re still counting him. Williams was a Buffalo Bill for life after leaving LSU. He played 13 seasons in Buffalo and started every game he played from the sixth game of his rookie season onward.
Williams was a force of a defensive tackle and a Bills stalwart, even when the team toiled in anonymity for most of his career. But that doesn’t mean Williams was anonymous. He made 6 Pro Bowls and finished his career with 4.5 sacks, 103 tackles for a loss, and 141 quarterback hits. And the best news of all for Bills fans is that Kyle Williams finally got to play in the playoffs in 2018 for the first (and last) time ever. Don’t expect another Buffalo Bill to be wearing #95 anytime soon.