Mario Williams Injury: Updates on Bills Star’s Wrist

October 24, 2012   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Mario Williams has been a gigantic disappointment in his first season with the Buffalo Bills, hardly playing up to the six-year, $100 million contract he was given in the offseason.
According to The Buffalo News reporter Tim Graham, Williams' situation may get worse, noting "Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams is considering surgery on his injured left wrist during the team’s bye week."
Graham goes on to mention Williams' poor production this season, mentioning that Williams "has noted his wrist injury is part of the problem."
If that's the case, that makes more sense than simple poor play. Williams has just 16 tackles, 3.5 sacks and a fumble recovery this season. That's not why the Bills signed a player with 53 sacks in six seasons with Houston.
Williams, like the rest of Buffalo's team, has underwhelmed this season. Maybe the wrist injury is at fault, but that also makes you wonder why he didn't have a procedure earlier. Sure, he was trying to help h...

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