Bobbie Williams Remembers his Days in Bengals Stripes

Oct 9, 2011; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Cincinnati Bengals guard Bobbie Williams (63) reacts as he walks off the field after defeating the Jacksonville Jaguars 30-20 during a game at EverBank Field. Mandatory Credit: Fernando Medina-USA TODAY Sports

 

While Bobbie Williams will suit up for Sunday’s Super Bowl as a Baltimore Raven, he still remembers and cherishes his eights seasons in Cincinnati dawning Bengals stripes. He started in all 16 games in six of those seasons, and took time this week to make sure everyone knew he still was proud to have been a Bengal:

 

I have to give credit to the Brown (family). Mike Brown. Katie (Blackburn). For the whole organization. There was nothing but respect and care. It wasn’t even about the player, but the person that I was and I thank the Browns for that. Awesome organization and awesome people. Cincinnati treated me well my eight years there. I can’t say one bad thing about it. Seriously.

 

In 2005, Williams was part of the offensive line which only allowed 21 sacks which beat the previous franchise record of 24 sacks set in the 1972-73 season. He’ll go down as one of the greatest right guards to ever dawn a Bengals uniform.

 

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