Williams (foot) is out for Sunday's game against the Chiefs, ESPN's Mike Rodak reports. While coach Rex Ryan acknowledged that it's possible that Williams could miss time beyond Week 12, he relayed Friday that the defensive end's foot issue not a season-ending injury.
ESPN's Mike Rodak relays that coach Rex Ryan indicated that Williams' (foot) chances of playing Sunday against Chiefs don't look good. On the plus side, Ryan noted that Williams is not dealing with a foot fracture, but in the short-term, it looks like the Bills will be without the defensive end in Week 12.
Williams (foot) did not practice Wednesday. Williams left Monday's game against the Patriots early due to a foot injury, so it remains to be seen if the former first-round pick will be able to practice at all this week. He's recorded just 14 tackles and three sacks in 10 games this season, so his absence will likely affect the Bills' defensive line depth more than IDP owners.
Williams was forced out of Monday's game against the Patriots with a foot injury. Williams entered Monday's action with just 14 tackles and three sacks in nine games, so his absence for any length of time is more of a hit to the Bills' defensive line depth than it is to IDP owners.
Williams (calf) is listed as active for Thursday night's game against the Jets. Williams is a key cog on the Bills' talented defensive line, but with three sacks and 14 tackles in eight games to date, his value in IDP formats has been modest thus far.