Never let it be said that Bills safety Aaron Williams doesn’t possess some serious dance moves. Watch as he shows off his skills to his teammates during a weather delay at training camp in Rochester, NY., this past Wednesday.
Buffalo Bills safety Aaron Williams burst onto the scene with a breakout campaign in 2013, racking up 82 tackles with 11 pass breakups, four interceptions and a forced fumble through 14 games (all starts) in his first year at strong safety after a couple of disappointing seasons at cornerback. His impressive third season led to a four-year, $26 million contract extension in March...
Bills safety Aaron Williams used Wednesday’s rain delay from practice to throw a one-man dance party in the locker room. The fourth year safety showed off his dub step (or so I’m told) to Zedd’s “Clarity” as a thunderstorm rolled through Rochester, New York. The Bills are at St. John Fisher College for training camp for their 14th year.
Williams will start...
Aaron Williams, free safety for the Buffalo Bills, shared this video with his Instagram viewers during a rain delay at today’s training camp practice.
Williams captioned the video with this,
While we in here waiting on the storm to pass. I’m in here staying warm/showing these boys how to dance to dub step music haha thanks to my Austin people #versatile #savage23 #ImThatGuy...
Typically speaking, sports fans tend to worry about two things – the past and the future. They’ll debate who was the greatest player of all-time, while also spending hours discussing whether or not a rookie is going to be develop into an All-Pro.
Both are fun exercises, things that keep fans engaged and the beer flowing at the local tavern. But they miss out on what is most important...
If anyone in the Bills secondary deserves to wear a Pink mohawk it is Aaron Williams. Last year Williams struggled badly at cornerback but in his transition to safety Williams has been a beast. Last week Williams had 2 of the 5 interceptions Joe Flacco threw. Here is a photo of Aaron supporting Breast Cancer […]
Cornerback Aaron Williams had his reservations this offseason when the Buffalo Bills asked him to make the switch to safety.
He worried if the move was a reflection of his inconsistent play in his first two seasons in Buffalo. Williams' second concern was how quickly he could learn the new role.
Three months later, safety just might be a more natural position for Williams,...
The Buffalo Bills may be without wide receiver Stevie
Johnson and cornerback Aaron Williams Sunday when they take on the St. Louis
Rams, as both players are considered questionable due to injuries.
Johnson continues to be hampered by a hamstring injury he
sustained last weekend against the Jacksonville Jaguars. After not practicing
on Wednesday, the wide receiver returned in...
Bills CB Aaron Williams wants to return to the lineup this week, but has not ye been cleared for contact.
Williams told Buffalobills.com 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.
Bills CB Aaron Williams, who suffered a shoulder/chest injury back in Week 3 looks like he’ll return to the practice setting this week. Playing on Sunday however, is a different matter.
“Aaron’s probably one more week away but he’s going to try to get on the practice field this week and do some things,” said head coach Chan Gailey.
“Before you get in the game you must...