BBD Editor: Dan Hope
The Buffalo Bills’ April trade of a sixth-round pick to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in exchange for veteran wide receiver Mike Williams was supposed to bring excitement to the Bills offense at a bargain-bin price. Instead, after just one significantly exciting moment early in the season, it became more clear why Williams came at a cheap cost to begin with.
Buffalo waived Williams on Monday, just eight months and a few days after it acquired him. As he was waived with an injury designation, Williams could revert to the Bills’ injured reserve if he goes unclaimed on waivers, but it’s safe to presume his unceremonious tenure with the Bills is over.