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Ex-Bill Aaron Williams calls out players for not retaliating after Gronkowski late hit

Aaron Williams, a Bills second-round draft pick in 2011 who was released in March, took to Twitter to criticize the members of his former team for not standing up after the late hit by Rob Gronkowski that injured rookie Tre'Davious White.

White is in the concussion protocol following the blow. Gronkowski apologized after the game and said he reacted out of frustration with the lack of penalties called.

Williams, however, said the Bills players showed that had "no clout" and noted, "you don't let your brother get done like that and let the guy just walk away freely."

Williams' final two seasons in Buffalo both ended early because of neck injuries. He played a combined 10 games in 2015 and '16. He is now out of the league and had said after he was released that he was not sure that he wanted to continue playing given his injury history.

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