Found July 31, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
PLAYERS: Mario Williams
TEAMS: Buffalo Bills
Bills defensive end Mario Williams was back on the field today after getting a second opinion on his foot.  The doctor he met with advised him to rest it and he should be fine. Williams was on the field today going through the Bills walk through, according to BuffaloBills.com. Mario Williams did walk through, then the stationary bike is now doing strength work with a strength and conditioning coaches.   Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Mario Williams back on the field appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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