Found November 09, 2011 on Inside the Bills:
PLAYERS: Aaron Williams
TEAMS: Buffalo Bills
Bills CB Aaron Williams wants to return to the lineup this week, but has not ye been cleared for contact. Williams told that he’ll test his chest/shoulder injury with contact for the first time in practice Thursday. “We’ll see what happens today or tomorrow and that’ll determine what we do for Sunday,” said Williams.

The Buffalo Bills have placed NT Kyle Williams on I.R.

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BDC 11/10: Record-setting blood drive

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Rayner not sure on length of duty

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Pick 6 – Jets vs. Bills: Jets on a Buffalo

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