Buffalo Bills News: An odd day at the Pro Bowl

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Those Buffalo Bills fans who did tune in to the 2019 Pro Bowl saw a rather boring game filled with some odd moments throughout.

I’m assuming most Buffalo Bills fans only watched Sunday’s Pro Bowl to see Kyle Williams in his final NFL game.

He did record two tackles, but that did not make it a much better viewing experience.

The two teams played on a rainy day in Orlando and Jason Witten broke the MVP trophy. It was a fitting end to another boring Pro Bowl.

It served as Williams’ final NFL game, although the one that he will likely remember is the big Week 17 win over the Miami Dolphins at home in Buffalo. That was his actual finale. The Pro Bowl was almost like a vacation that had a football game included.

Williams is now done and that means we won’t see a Bills player in a game until the preseason begins later this year. We still have the Super Bowl to watch before the cold, dark offseason truly begins.

We look back at the Pro Bowl and at the latest Bills news in a freezing cold Monday edition of The Morning Charge.

Buffalo Bills News:

A quiet Pro Bowl for Kyle Williams as his career ends (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)

I got caught up in the Pro Bowl hype when in reality it was clear that Williams was simply having one final victory lap before retirement.

D.K. Metcalf health update provides new wrinkle (BuffaLowDown, Stephen McCarthy)

Let the draft hype continue. A top receiver prospect has been declared healthy and could end up being selected by the Bills.

Kyle Williams’ 2019 Pro Bowl Diary (Bills.com, Kelly Baker)

This article is a very fun look at how Williams and his family spent the week down in Orlando. A well-deserved week of fun for a player who gave so much to the city of Buffalo.

Top OL prospect Dalton Risner would ‘love’ to play for Bills (Bills Wire, Nick Wojton)

We end today with some more prospect news and a name to remember.

Any top prospect who says he would like to play in Buffalo is always welcome.