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Buffalo Bills nose tackle Kyle Williams had a career year in 2010, but a nagging foot injury will sideline the Bills' defensive star for the rest of the season.
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Bills Pro Bowl DT Kyle Williams had successful surgery Wednesday on his foot.
That according to his agent, who said as much on his twitter account.
AlbertEliasMGMT ESM Clnt & Bills DT Kyle Williams has successful surgery today…Drs very pleased-look for KW to make full recovery for 2012 Bills Football!
According to Jay Skurski of the Buffalo News, Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams will likely miss the remainder of the season. Williams has missed the past three games due to foot injury. He supposedly has bone spurs in his foot that are bothering his Achilles tendon. Kicker Rian Lindell will also miss the next [...]
Nose tackle Kyle Williams is expected to miss the rest of the season, based on reports the Buffalo Bills have received so far, sources told The Buffalo News today.
Williams has missed the past three games because of a foot injury, which is believed to be bone spurs irritating his Achilles tendon.
Additionally, The News has learned that kicker Rian Lindell is expected to...
As expected the Bills placed nose tackle Kyle Williams on injured reserve Tuesday with a left foot injury.
Williams has been suffering from the injury since training camp, and was taken out of the lineup starting in Week Six against the New York Giants.
He traveled to North Carolina to meet with a foot specialist in a last-gasp effort to save his season, but it was determined...
Injuries are piling up for the Buffalo Bills, who are searching for a kicker and face losing starting defensive tackle Kyle Williams for the rest of the season.
Injuries are piling up for the Buffalo Bills, who are searching for a kicker and face the possibility of losing starting defensive tackle Kyle Williams for the rest of the season.
– The Buffalo Bills announced that the team has signed K Dave Rayner to the 53-man roster. In accordance with team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Rayner has played in 52 career games since entering the NFL in 2005 as a sixth-round (202nd overall) draft choice of Indianapolis. The 6-2, 215-pound Michigan State product has connected on 55-of-75 field...