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Mike Williams, Former NFL Player, Dead At 36 After Tragic Accident

While studying at Syracuse University, Mike Williams kickstarted his college career, playing on the school’s football team. With Syracuse, Willimas made a lot of remarkable strides, including 461 receiving yards during his freshman year. In the 2009 season, Williams reportedly also caught 49 balls for 746 yards, per Fox News. But despite a controversial end to his college career, Williams made it through to the NFL.

In 2010, Williams was drafted 101st overall by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and went on to play with the team for three seasons. In his first year with the team, the athlete was voted second Offensive Rookie of the Year. During his time with the Buccaneers, he caught 133 receptions, as reported by The U.S. Sun. He was subsequently traded to the Buffalo Bills, where he played for just one season.

Following his release from the Buffalo Bills, ESPN reported that Williams received a six-week suspension by the NFL over an undisclosed issue. Though he signed with the Kansas City Chiefs in April 2016, Williams’s time with the team was shortlived as he was released only a few months later, according to NBC Sports.

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