Oct. 24 8:33 AM PT9:33 AM MT10:33 AM CT11:33 AM ET15:33 GMT11:33 PM 北京时间8:33 AM MST10:33 AM EST10:33 AM CT19:33 UAE11:33 ET - Williams is not expected to miss any games after the Buffalo Bills high-priced defensive end had what the team called "a procedure" to relieve discomfort in his injured left wrist. Analysis: Coach Chan Gailey provided the update Wednesday, saying he expects Williams to return to practice next week once the Bills return from their bye weekend off. Gailey, was otherwise, very short on specifics in sharing any other details regarding the status of the NFL's highest-paid defensive player. Williams signed a six-year, $100 million contract with Buffalo in March.
Oct. 19 1:17 PM PT2:17 PM MT3:17 PM CT4:17 PM ET20:17 GMT4:17 AM 北京时间1:17 PM MST3:17 PM EST3:17 PM CT0:17 UAE (+1)16:17 ET - The NFL has fined the Washington Redskins and Buffalo Bills $20,000 each for violating league procedures on reporting injuries. Analysis: The Bills failed to list Williams on the injury report while he was being treated for a sprained left wrist. Williams said Oct. 3 that the wrist had been bothering him and limiting his effectiveness. The league said he should have been on the injury report - he has been the last two weeks.
Oct. 15 8:02 AM PT9:02 AM MT10:02 AM CT11:02 AM ET15:02 GMT11:02 PM 北京时间8:02 AM MST10:02 AM EST10:02 AM CT19:02 UAE11:02 ET - Williams had two sacks for the Bills in Sunday's 19-16 OT win over Arizona. Analysis: Williams had 1 1/2 sacks in the first five games.
Oct. 7 8:22 AM PT9:22 AM MT10:22 AM CT11:22 AM ET15:22 GMT11:22 PM 北京时间8:22 AM MST10:22 AM EST10:22 AM CT19:22 UAE11:22 ET - The NFL is investigating whether Buffalo defensive end Mario Williams has an injured left wrist. Williams has not been on the Bills' injury report this season despite what he claims has been a wrist injury that has bothered him all season. But the team says he has not missed any practices or game time. Analysis: NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said Sunday that "the club says he is not injured. We will follow up this week to obtain a formal explanation."
June 22 11:41 AM PT12:41 PM MT1:41 PM CT2:41 PM ET18:41 GMT2:41 AM 北京时间11:41 AM MST1:41 PM EST1:41 PM CT22:41 UAE14:41 ET - Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams has a new home and at least 53 new fans. By closing on a $2 million deal to purchase a mansion in suburban Buffalo, the Bills' high-priced free-agent addition helped a group of creditors recoup about $500,000 they were cheated out of by the home's former owner, William F. Savino says. Analysis: Savino is a Buffalo-based attorney representing 53 people swindled out of more than $3 million by Kenneth Bernas, a former lawyer who was convicted in 2010 of larceny and identity theft. Bernas is serving a 2 1/3- to seven-year jail sentence and used some of the money he stole to build the 9,000-plus square-foot mansion in 2005. The Buffalo News first reported Williams' purchase this week.
Mar. 15 7:40 AM PT8:40 AM MT9:40 AM CT10:40 AM ET14:40 GMT10:40 PM 北京时间7:40 AM MST9:40 AM EST8:40 AM CT18:40 UAE10:40 ET - A person familiar with the negotiations says free-agent defensive end Mario Williams is getting closer to signing with the Buffalo Bills. The person says Thursday that while no deal is done, progress has been made on the third day of talks. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because the negotiations are ongoing. Analysis: The Bills announced on their website earlier in the day that the star pass-rusher was at the team's facility. Williams has been in talks with Buffalo since free agency began Tuesday. Selected first overall in the 2006 draft by Houston, Williams had a franchise-best 53 sacks in six seasons with the Texans.
Mar. 15 10:27 AM PT11:27 AM MT12:27 PM CT1:27 PM ET17:27 GMT1:27 AM 北京时间10:27 AM MST12:27 PM EST11:27 AM CT21:27 UAE13:27 ET - Williams has agreed to join the Buffalo Bills for the richest contract given a defensive player in NFL history. The linebacker-end who spent his first six seasons in Houston after being chosen No. 1 in the 2006 draft, got a six-year deal Thursday worth as much as $100 million, with $50 million guaranteed. Analysis: One day after Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson got the biggest contract in league history - $132 million for eight years, with $60 million guaranteed - Williams scored his monster deal.
Mar. 14 1:47 PM PT2:47 PM MT3:47 PM CT4:47 PM ET20:47 GMT4:47 AM 北京时间1:47 PM MST3:47 PM EST2:47 PM CT0:47 UAE (+1)16:47 ET - Williams remained in Buffalo for a second straight day contemplating whether to sign with the Bills. And his fiance is now in town, too. Analysis: The former Houston Texans star pass-rusher then said "we'll see," when asked if her arrival was considered a good sign regarding his negotiations with the Bills. The Bills announced on their website that Williams and his fiance, who was not identified, were given a tour of the region. The Bills announced there "was no word" on whether Williams would be staying through Thursday, but noted he had no travel plans.