Watch: Bills safety Aaron Williams leaves game with neck injury

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Sunday September 20th, 2015

Buffalo Bills safety Aaron Williams left Sunday’s game against the New England Patriots in an ambulance after suffering a neck injury, according to the game broadcast.

Williams sustained the injury while diving to make a tackle on Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman. Williams appears to hit his head against Edelman’s back, then slams his upper body against the field.

The Patriots scored a touchdown on the play. Williams was down on the field for several minutes before eventually being taken off in an ambulance.

Williams was a second-round pick of the Bills in 2011. He had one interception in 15 games last season.

– Rohan Nadkarni

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