The Pro Bowl can be more than an individual honor at times. Sometimes it’s just like hitting the lottery.
Take Bills star pass rusher Mario Williams. A lot of players get bonuses for making the Pro Bowl, but Williams received the biggest one this season.
Bills DE Mario Williams earned the largest Pro Bowl bonus in the NFL this year: $400,000.
— Field Yates (@FieldYates) January 26, 2015
Rex Ryan is facing a crossroads in his career.
Many expected the former Jets head coach to fill the vacancy in San Francisco or Chicago. Instead, he is the new head coach of his old AFC East rival, the Buffalo Bills.
One has to suspect that barring disaster in year one, Ryan will get at least two years in Buffalo. How Ryan gets the Bills to perform in that time will put an irreversible...
Given the events of the last few days, doing awards for the year seems a little…weird. But a season of Buffalo Bills football has ended so we’re going to highlight all that was of the 2014-2015 Buffalo Bills. So without further ado:
MVP – Mario Williams. While he’s credited officially with 14.5 sacks, Pro Bowler AND 1st team All-Pro Mario per Pro Football Focus was credited...
In case you haven’t heard—it’s snowing in Buffalo.
There’s already been an accumulation of over five feet of snow, with another three in the forecast for Thursday and Friday.
And Hall of Fame QB Jim Kelly needed some help plowing his driveway. So who’d he call to help him accomplish this task? None other than Bills defensive end Mario Williams, who showed up with a...
The people of Buffalo, N.Y., are buried under six feet of snow in many areas, but luckily, Mario Williams is around.
The Buffalo Bills defensive end apparently owns a Bobcat, and he used it to help Bills Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly dig out his driveway.
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Williams actually seems to be having a grand old time despite the...
Mario Williams was angling for the intimidation look on Sunday when his Buffalo Bills faced the Kansas City Chiefs. Williams, the former No. 1 overall pick in the draft, wore some red color contacts that made him look kinda freaky. Though his team lost 17-13, Williams was credited with two tackles, including a sack. It...Read More
Mario Williams already gives quarterbacks nightmares with his pass-rushing abilities, but he really went all out this week. Maybe he got these contacts for Halloween and forgot to take them out. Maybe he’s slowly turning into a werewolf and this is the first step. I don’t know. All I know is that this is pretty intimidating.
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When people think about an NFL team, usually one person immediately jumps to mind. It’s the player, coach or owner who is most immediately identifiable with the club. It’s the person TV networks use in game promos, the team puts on the cover of the media guide and fans blame when things go awry.
It’s the face of the franchise. And every team has one, for better or worse.