Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams is finally looking forward to the opportunity of standing on his own two feet pain-free.
Noting he already has more flexibility in his right foot after having surgery in February to remove bone spurs, Williams on Tuesday said he fully expects to be cleared for the start of training camp in July.
''As far as the structure standpoint, it's healed,'' Williams said after the Bills opened their final week of voluntary minicamp practices. ''It's all about getting the strength and the power back in it, and getting ready to go. And that's where we are right now.''
Williams is no stranger to the recovery process. This marks the second consecutive offseason he's been held out of spring practices while recovering from foot surgery.
The seventh-year player missed the final 12 games of the 2011 season after having a similar operation on his other foot. The issues with his left foot were far more severe, because the spurs were tearing into Williams' Achill...