Found December 04, 2011 on Inside the Bills:
Bills CB Aaron Williams left Sunday’s game in the first half and did not return. Head coach Chan Gailey could only confirm the nature of the injury after Sunday’s game. Gailey did say it was a knee injury, though it should be noted that Williams limped off the field under his own power. He later went to the locker room with athletic trainers and did not return to the game. “Aaron is getting further diagnosis,” said Gailey. ”I can’t remember if they said MRI, X-rays, whatever it was. He’s getting further diagnosis right now so I don’t have any further information on him.”

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