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Bills CB Aaron Williams, who suffered a shoulder/chest injury back in Week 3 looks like he’ll return to the practice setting this week. Playing on Sunday however, is a different matter.
“Aaron’s probably one more week away but he’s going to try to get on the practice field this week and do some things,” said head coach Chan Gailey.
“Before you get in the game you must practice,” Williams told Buffalobills.com. ”I can’t press (receivers) right now. It all depends on how I can take a hit on my shoulder and how much contact I can deal with. I’m trying to get my strength back. I got a little small and a little weak, so I’m trying to get my strength back.”
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“Scared to death,” he said. ”It’s not something that’s normal. You’re not in your routine. You don’t know if your guys are back into it or not...
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It didn’t take long for the Bills to shift their attention to the New York Jets. Less than an hour after their shutout win over the Redskins, George Wilson was already talking about getting ready for their division rival.
“This week is huge,” he said. ”We go back into the division for what we call two-fers. By beating a division opponent you essentially go up on them two...