Already running late for a team meeting after practice Wednesday, Bills defensive end Mario Williams informed reporters gathered at his locker that he had little time for questions.
''I've got time for two,'' he said.
Though two questions eventually stretched into eight, it became quickly evident that Williams had no interest talking about facing the Texans...
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When cover32 released its list of the top 10 defensive ends in the NFL today, there were some people angry about their favorite team’s top pass rusher not making the list. It made for a bit of spirited debate in the “Comments” section below the article.
And it also begged another question: How close was Mr. Irate Fan’s DE to making the list?
To provide an answer, the editors...
Typically speaking, sports fans tend to worry about two things – the past and the future. They’ll debate who was the greatest player of all-time, while also spending hours discussing whether or not a rookie is going to be develop into an All-Pro.
Both are fun exercises, things that keep fans engaged and the beer flowing at the local tavern. But they miss out on what is most important...
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.
In the 16 months since Mario Williams signed a lucrative six-year, $100 million contract with the Bills, it has been anything but smooth sailing for the former first overall pick. An up-and-down 2012 campaign and an offseason full of distraction have left the Bills’ top pass rusher with the task of winning back the fans he so lovingly gushed about when he first came to Buffalo...
Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams posted a photo of himself on Instagram holding an M16 with a silencer and two handguns. I’m not sure why Williams posted this, but it’s really stupid. Especially after Aaron Hernandez was just arrested for murder on Wednesday. Williams has the right to bear arms, but I don’t see a reason for owning an M16. Need NFL Tickets? ...
Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams has seen a very private matter get nasty and get public in a hurry.
Williams is suing his former fiancée Erin Marzouki to retrieve the $750,000 engagement that he presented to her.
In the fallout has come allegations from her camp of Williams possessing a dark side that gave him suicidal thoughts.
Mario Williams held a press conference...
CAUSE FOR CONCERN?
Mario Williams filed a lawsuit to recover an engagement ring given to his ex-fiancee, who's now brought up possible mental health issues concerning the former no. 1 pick.
You meet the love of your life, you buy her an 800,000 engagement ring and she breaks up with you.
You get that ring back, do you not? Mario Williams thinks you do, and he's taking his ex-fiance to court over it, according to CourtHouseNews.com.
The Buffalo Bills defensive end on Monday filed a lawsuit against his ex-fiance in Harris County, Texas, where Williams began his...
The former #1 overall pick gave his former fiancee an engagement ring worth almost $800K, but now that the nuptials have been called off, he'd like it if she'd give the ring back.