ORCHARD PARK, NY - Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams is ready to start his 13th season in the NFL with the same team that drafted him back in 2006.

"I've been lucky, I've been blessed to be here so long and I've appreciated this organization, this city and this town. I think it's just kind of worked out," Kyle Williams said.

At the end of last year, Williams' future was up in the air and retirement seemed like a big possibility. But he's back after signing a one-year deal with the Bills last month and now says they have some unfinished business after losing in the first round of the playoffs.

"My ultimate goal is not to stick around for a few days, play a game then lose," Williams explained.

Williams returns to a much different team. Not only on the field, but off the field the Bills lost some key leaders.

"But I know everyone will be held to a standard that me and the other guys set and we'll all operate under that," Williams explained.