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- Mike Williams Cut by Buffalo

Chris Pokorny February 25, 2006
Chris Pokorny
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The Buffalo Bills have released tackle Mike Williams after the offensive lineman failed to live up to his hype since being drafted by the organization. Williams was the fourth overall pick in the 2002 draft, but has yet to develop into the player that the Bills had envisioned.

"We have released Mike Williams," said Bills general manager Marv Levy. "We appreciate his efforts and wish him well in what lies ahead in his career."

Williams was ready to enter the final year of his five-year contract before being released. Now, he may sign with any team. Williams started 42 games over his first three seasons at right tackle, but was moved to left guard during the 2005 season.

There will probably be a market for Williams for teams that feel they can get the potential out of him that he once had.


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