The sporadically used running back exploded on the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday for 133 yards from scrimmage and two touchdowns, including the go-ahead score in the fourth quarter that put the Kansas City Chiefs up for good.

He was the Chiefs’ feature back in the biggest game of the season and had some calling his name for the Super Bowl MVP award that instead went to quarterback Patrick Mahomes.

After the game, he swapped jerseys with 49ers running back Raheem Mostert, carrying on the tradition that’s filtered into the NFL and NBA from the soccer world.

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It was a kind gesture from both players, but unusual considering the gravity of the game. 

No shade to Mostert, who had a breakout run of his own during the playoffs.

But Williams’ jersey clearly carries more meaning and value, especially for Williams.

It’s a conclusion Mostert apparently reached on his own in the days following the big game. 

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