The Bills are reportedly planning to cut ties with Williams due to a "clear, fundamental disconnect" between the pass rusher and Rex Ryan's coaching staff, Chris Weaseling of NFL.com reports. By most people's perspective, Williams had a pathetic season where he produced only five sacks and somehow produced just 19 tackles over 15 games. He seemed to be at odds with Ryan's defensive philosophy, to the point where a couple of younger teammates called out Williams' effort later in the season. The team can $12.9 million in salary cap space if they let Williams go, something that's starting to sound like more of a matter of when, not if.
Williams (hand) is active Sunday against the Jets. Williams has been a major fantasy disappointment this season, as he heads into Sunday's game with just 17 tackles and four sacks, including one sack in his last seven games.
Williams (hand) practiced on a limited basis for the third straight day Friday and is listed as probable for Sunday's finale against the Jets. Williams has been a major disappointment this season with just 17 tackles and four sacks and there's been more than just a few rumblings that this is his last game as a Bill.
Williams (hand) is active Sunday against the Cowboys. After putting in limited practices on Thursday and Friday, Williams will be in the lineup at left defensive end. He's in the midst of a disappointing season in which he's only registered four sacks and 17 tackles, but he'll look to add to his totals against Kellen Moore and the struggling Cowboys passing attack that will be without Dez Bryant.
Williams (hand) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against Dallas after practicing on a limited basis for the second straight day Friday. Williams has just one sack in his last six games and is starting to draw the ire of a Buffalo fan base disappointed in the defense's performance this season after a banner 2014. Williams has an ugly line of four sacks and 17 tackles this season.