Bills safety Aaron Williams has been placed on injured reserve, with a designated to return label. Williams had neck troubles Sunday against Tennessee, but returned to action. The scary part is he was taken off the field on a stretcher in Week 2 against the Patriots. We'll assume for now this is all related, while the Buffalo defense takes a hit because Williams is superior to the guys that filled in for him last time.
Updating an earlier report, Williams (neck) returned to action Sunday against the Titans, Joe Buscaglia of WKBW reports. Good news for the Bills as they'll have their starting strong safety back in the lineup. They'll be stronger in the middle of the field with his return.
Williams (neck) is questionable to return Sunday against the Titans. While Williams sits out, Bacarri Rambo will likely take over duties at strong safety. Titans tight end Delanie Walker may find a little more room to operate in the middle of the field.
Williams (neck) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Titans. Williams, who racked up 76 tackles in 15 games in in 2014, is out there if you need him Sunday, but we'd like to see him get a full and productive game in before endorsing him as a fantasy lineup option.
Bills safety Aaron Williams (neck) is probable for the Sunday game against the Titans. Williams missed the last two games with a neck injury, but all signs appear to be pointing toward him returning the field in Week 5. He's one of the team's better tacklers and should be a decent play in Individual Defensive Player leagues if he can maintain his health.