Found May 12, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
According to Roy Cummings of the Tampa Tribune, the Buccaneers and Mike Williams’ reps will get together on Monday to conduct a face-to-face meeting as they continue to work on hammering out a contract extension. Williams’ agent and Bucs general manager Mark Dominik are scheduled to begin a new round of face-to-face negotiations aimed at completing a new deal for Williams here in Tampa on Monday. The two sides actually began this process a few months ago, but the whole project was shelved after a few weeks to allow the Bucs to concentrate first on free agency and then on the draft. After looking at Williams’ production so far during his career, I think he’ll get a contract that will pay him $4-$6 million per year. Need NFL Tickets?

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