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Buffalo Bills' Mario Williams braves blizzard, brings neighbors food

Buffalo Bills' Mario Williams braves blizzard, brings neighbors food
Last year this unit was a disaster because they couldn’t consistently stop the run (2,016 rushing yards allowed) or rush the passer (31 sacks). Getting back a healthy Wake should help, but there’s no guarantee the 34-year old will be what he once was coming off a serious Achilles injury. And Suh definitely needs more help by pairing him with defensive linemen, and a scheme that compliments his style. Williams (pictured wearing red contact lenses while with the Bills) should help if he wants to play at an elite level after Bills teammates accused him of quitting on the team last season. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)

Buffalo, N.Y., may be frozen solid, but it is never too cold for random acts of kindness by Bills defensive end Mario Williams.

Not only did Williams plow the driveway of Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly, on Thursday he braved the elements to get food and gas to his neighbors, he said.

Williams, known for wearing red contact lenses when he plays, posted a short video of himself making deliveries in his Bills helmet, listening to "Eye of the Tiger" while driving his enormous Toyota Tundra.

"Just made some moves for the neighbors! Delivered milk, eggs, bacon and cereal, gas. Anyone about to go into labor??? No matter rain, sleet or SNOW let's GO! #ineverbreakcharacter #mrdelivery," Williams commented along with the video.

On Thursday, the league announced the match-up between the Bills and the New York Jets that was supposed to take place Sunday in Buffalo would be rescheduled due to the weather.

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