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Demorrio Williams Returns For KC Spring Game

Former Kilgore College Ranger and current Kansas City Chief Demorrio Williams returned to Kilgore on Saturday to not wear the blue, but to walk the sidelines.

The Beckville native served as an honorary coach for the Rangers. He said he's not surprised at how many East Texas players have made it to the NFL.

"One thing about East Texas and Texas players," Williams said, "we will always have what you need. In Texas, you can come get offensive linemen that can run a 4.6. Texas is so big, there's a lot of things you can get out of Texas."

Reid Kerr can be reached at rkerr@kltv.com.

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