Posted May 22, 2012 on AP on Fox
Kyle Williams wasted little time getting back to the field after the most miserable moment of his career ended the San Francisco 49ers' season. Speaking for the first time this offseason since his two fumbles in the NFC championship game, Williams said Tuesday he's motivated by all he has endured. He had a barrage of hateful, hurtful - even threatening - comments via social media after his overtime fumble on a punt return set up Lawrence Tynes' winning field goal in San Francisco's 20-17 home loss to the New York Giants on Jan. 22. Williams returned to work a week after the play and hasn't stopped since. The speedy wide receiver also says he ''didn't really have a reaction to'' being a main target in the Saints' bounty program. He says he's concussion free and feels ''like I'm ready to take on 18 games right now.''
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