Williams shares his story of redemption at A-L sports banquet
ST. BONAVENTURE — The link was, of all things, a self-owned construction company in Davenport, Florida.
In the three years since he last wore an NFL uniform, Karlos Williams has been working at Victory Home Repair, a repair and remodeling business in his hometown owned by friends Jed and Kelly Miller.
Kelly’s sister is the cheerleading coach at Allegany-Limestone.
That’s what brought Williams to the Doyle Hall dining room, located 60 miles south of where his once-promising pro career began with the Buffalo Bills, as the guest speaker at A-L’s spring sports banquet Tuesday night.
Ever since, and even before, that head-turning 2015 rookie campaign, when he scored seven touchdowns on just 93 rushes and averaged 5.6 yards per carry, Williams has been in the news for all the wrong reasons … or not at all.
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