Found March 14, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
According to the Buffalo Bills official Twitter page, free agent defensive end Mario Williams will once again be staying over night in Buffalo and will meet with the Bills again on Thursday. Earlier we mentioned that the Bills are trying to seal the deal with Williams and that he was scheduled to leave Buffalo tonight.  But now it seems things have changed, since he’ll remain in town until at least tomorrow. The Bills still clearly have a shot at landing Williams, but I’d love to know what the hold up is right now.

Source: Bills about to sign DE Williams

The Buffalo Bills hope they have found the next Bruce Smith. A source told that a contract with defensive end Mario Williams "will be done." Further details weren't immediately available. The deal ends a two-day courtship of Williams that included a trip to Buffalo by his fiance. Having failed to reach the playoffs since the 1999 season, the Bills made...

Williams, Meachum Already Shuffling Off to Buffalo

These aren't your parents' Buffalo Bills anymore. Free agency just began Tuesday afternoon at 4:00 pm and already Buddy Nix and Ralph Wilson are flying in some of the biggest free agents for a little meet and greet at 1 Bills Drive. According to reports, both defensive end Mario Williams and wide receiver Robert Meachem are already going to talk with the Bills about maybe...

Credit the Bills for being aggressive when it came to signing Mario Williams

Houston Texans defensive end Mario Williams (90) tries to get around San Diego Chargers tight end Randy McMichael (81) in the first half at Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas on November 7, 2010. The Chargers defeated the Texans 29-23. UPI/Aaron M. Sprecher When I asked one former NFL VP of Player Personnel about whether or not he thought Mario Williams would wind up in Buffalo...

Bills ready to make Mario Williams highest paid defensive player

The Buffalo Bills need for Mario Williams is worth any amount of money and reports are that the Bills are ready to make him the highest-paid defensive player in the league.  Mark Gaughan of the Buffalo News reports the Bills are doing everything to get the defensive end and want to have  deal done by

Mario gets a tour of Buffalo

By JOHN WAWROW AP Sports Writer ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) -- Prized free-agent defensive end Mario Williams remained in Buffalo for a second straight day contemplating whether to sign with the Bills. And his fiance is now in town, too. Three Buffalo TV stations happened upon the former Houston star pass rusher at Buffalo International Airport on Wednesday, where he told WIVB he was...

Jim Kelly instrumental in recruiting Mario Williams to Buffalo Bills

The Bills managed to land one of the best players on the free agents market, signing defensive end Mario Williams to a six-year deal Thursday. The contract includes a staggering $50 million guaranteed, and is reportedly worth a maximum of $100 million. It’s been a while since the Bills attracted a major free agent to Buffalo, and Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly is a big reason...

Mario Williams signs with the Bills

According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, the Buffalo Bills have scheduled a 1:30pm press conference to announce the signing of defensive end Mario Williams. This is a great acquisition for the Bills that will put them back on the NFL map and might help them attract more top notch talent.  You have to give general manager Buddy Nix a lot of credit for getting the deal done and do what...

Are the Buffalo Bills Scooping Up Mario Williams & Robert Meachem?

The Buffalo Bills are making fast moves to land targets that they have identified as prime suspects. The bell of this year’s ball Mario Williams will visit with the Bills tonight according to AdamSchefter. The Bills are also said to have former Saints deep threat Robert Meachem coming in as well. According to the team, Bills general manager Buddy Nix would like to have any and...

Mario Williams signs six-year deal to play in Buffalo

The Buffalo Bills surprisingly landed the biggest non-Peyton Manning fish in free agency, as the first overall pick in the 2006 draft, Mario Williams, has reportedly agreed to sign a six-year deal worth up to $100 million, with a whopping $50 million guaranteed. Williams had been compared to Reggie White as the rare dynamic and relatively young pass-rush threat to hit free agency...

Von Miller would ‘play for free’ if Manning, Williams join Broncos

While the Broncos remain in a holding pattern with Peyton Manning, the reigning Defensive Rookie of the Year offered up an enticing deal for the future Hall of Famer ... and for some other player you might've heard of. On a day when Manning was in Tennessee, and Mario Williams in Buffalo (still), linebacker Von Miller fired off a powerful tweet, stating he'd give up his...

Welcome to Buffalo, Mario!

It happened. Finally. It was so shocking I almost didn’t believe it was real life. Then rain dripped on me on my way out the door to work and I realized this was, indeed, real life and not a dream. Which made it even more unbelievable that Mario Williams is now officially a Buffalo Bill. This is big. Not “big” like when the Bills signed Shawne Merriman and all these fans were...

McNair wants Mario, not interested in Manning

HOUSTON (AP) -- Texans owner Bob McNair wants to re-sign outside linebacker Mario Williams and says he's not interested in pursuing Peyton Manning. Williams will become an unrestricted free agent unless he can reach a last-minute deal with Houston. Otherwise, Williams would probably become the most coveted defensive player on the market. McNair shot down speculation that the...
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