Bills defensive tackle and team leader Kyle Williams is week-to-week with a knee injury suffered in Friday's preseason game against the Browns, according to coach Sean McDermott, but right now it seems like he won't need surgery.
"Not at this time," McDermott said, "but we’ll just take it one day at a time as well."
Vic Carucci reported that Williams was seen in the weight room at the team's facility Sunday.
"I think you could probably cut his leg off and he'd be here, training," defensive tackle Harrison Phillips said. "I think that's just the type of guy he is."
McCarron seeking second opinion: AJ McCarron isn't ready to give up on the quarterback competition just yet. Tests on his injured collarbone apparently came back inconclusive, so the quarterback is seeking a second opinion.
Bills defenders upset with Jarvis Landry's block on Taron Johnson: Bills players haven't forgotten about Landry's 2016 hit that essentially ended Aaron Williams' career, and they're upset with him again for his hit on rookie Johnson during last Friday's game. "Some of those plays, Aaron Williams, Taron, I think he has other ones, they're just dirty," linebacker Lorenzo Alexander said. "We scored a touchdown and that's what it takes sometimes," Landry told Cleveland reporters.
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