One of the most stinging losses to injury for the Buffalo Bills this season was when Pro Bowl defensive lineman Kyle Williams was placed on the season-ending injured reserve list with a bone spur in his foot.
On Thursday, Williams updated how he was doing post-surgery and the details of the injury. The most glaring parts of the conversation?
1) He'll be fully rehabbed in six months.
2) He was fairly close to having it rupture, so they instead elected to shut him down the rest of the season and get it operated on.
3) The most range in motion in his ankle he's had in years is when the cast came off after surgery.