Mario Williams gives an assist to former Bills quarterback Jim Kelly in the lake-effect snowstorm that has ravaged Western New York.
In case you haven't heard, there's a giant lake-effect snowstorm going on in Western New York right now. More snow is expected overnight, with some areas expected to reach totals of six feet. That's a lot of snow.
And a lot of snow means a lot of work needs to be done to get rid of it. Just ask the Buffalo Bills, whose stadium is due to host a game Sunday and is currently under 220,000 tons of snow.
Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly is one of many residents currently trying to dig their way out, and he's getting an assist from Bills defensive end Mario Williams.
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Williams isn't the only Bills player getting active in the snow. Linebacker Kiko Alonso, who's recovering from an ACL injury, found a creative way to do his rehab.
- Molly Geary