BREAKING: NFL SUPERSTAR Wide-Receiver DEAD- OR IS HE?- LOOK What We Found Out- Please Send Your PRAYERS

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There are conflicting reports on the death of former NFL wide receiver Mike Williams who played for the Buffalo Bills, as well as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Kansas City Chiefs.


Many of the conflicting reports actually come from the same outlets such as Daily Mail and The Tampa Bay Times.

One report from the Daily Mail says he’s dead while on another report published 2 minutes apart says he’s still alive on life support.

From Daily Mail:

Former NFL star Mike Williams ‘is still alive and remains on life support in hospital’ following a freak accident on a construction site – despite local media reports that he had died on Tuesday night.


News spread quickly of the 36-year-old’s tragic passing after being reported by local media in Buffalo, but it now appears that was premature and the ex-wide receiver is still fighting for his life in hospital in Tampa, Florida.

His father, Wendell Muhammad says Williams has died after sustaining a severe head injury at a construction site last week.

During this incident, a steel beam fell on his head, resulting in a serious head injury.

Following the accident, Williams was transported to a nearby hospital in Tampa, where he remained unconscious and never regained consciousness, according to his family.

“As a result of this accident, there was swelling on his brain and swelling on his spinal cord that was ruptured,” the father said. “These injuries resulted in complete paralysis in his right arm as well as his lower body from the waist down. As you can probably imagine, this is painful for me and has me distraught.”

Further details of the accident were revealed on a GoFundMe page, purportedly set up by Williams’ father.

The page – which was created in a bid to help Williams’ father travel to the hospital in Tampa Bay – claims that a steel beam fell on his head, causing a massive head injury.

Williams’ father went on to explain that the ex-NFL star suffered swelling on his brain and spinal cord, as well as complete paralysis in his right arm and below the waist.

But the Tampa Bay Times, who also reported that Williams had died reports that Tierney Lyle had just left the hospital where she said Williams was mostly non-responsive when she and daughter Mya visited him on Wednesday afternoon.

“They were waiting on me and (his daughter). We’re here and still trying to figure it out,” said Lyle, standing outside of St. Joseph’s Hospital.

“He was asleep when we went in there and he woke up when he heard our voices and his daughter’s voice,” Lyle said. “And he looked around, and he blinked and he was crying but he can’t move.”

Lyle, who said Williams, 36, was injured in a construction accident in Hillsborough County last week, said she believed the plan was to remove Williams from life support but that hasn’t happened yet.

The news of his passing was initially shared by Buffalo Bills beat reporter Jon Scott, who subsequently verified the information with a variety of other sources.

Scott of Spectrum Sports in Buffalo reported Tuesday night that he had confirmed Williams had died and the news was picked up by numerous media outlets, including the Tampa Bay Times.

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“Dang man hurts my heart seeing the news of my former teammate and Buccaneers 2010 draft class brother Mike Williams,” Williams’ former teammate Gerald McCoy wrote on X. “Always great energy brought joy and laughter to the locker room and a heck of a player!! Prayers and blessings to his family!!”

Before his pro football career, Williams was a star of the college game with Syracuse, where he played for three seasons.

In his NFL career, he made 223 receptions, scoring 26 touchdowns with 3,089 receiving yards.

He earned a total of $11,848,250 during his time in the NFL, predominantly with the Bucs, who drafted him in the fourth round in 2010 and handed him a four-year contract.

The Syracuse college star, who played for the Kansas City Chiefs, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Buffalo Bills across five years in the NFL, called time on his football career in 2016.

Serious question- why would a multi millionaire be working in construction?

I don’t mean any disrespect to him, his family or to construction workers by asking that question to be clear.

But whatever the outcome is with this tragic situation we send our deepest condolences to his family, friends and his teammates.


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