The first half of the NFL season is in the books and the Buffalo Bills are right where they normally are, sitting at 3-5 and at the bottom of the AFC East. Coming into this season, fans had high expectations with a new coaching staff and potentially the quarterback of the future in E.J. Manuel. In typical Bills luck, Manuel has been hurt for almost as long as he has played and the...
Mario Williams is enjoying a renaissance season in his second year with the Buffalo Bills.
Under new defensive coordinator Mike Pettine, Williams, an eight-year veteran, has moved around the line with success this season. The former No. 1 overall pick is off to one of the best starts of his career.
"I'm playing angry-but not at the critics,'' he told MMQB.com&...
Buffalo Bills fans are excited to have Mario Williams on their team, regardless of the price tag. They should be happy in just 23 games as a Buffalo Bill, Mario Williams has a total of 20 sacks, which is almost a sack a game for the former first round pick from NC State. Mario Williams […]
I am sick of hearing haters on twitter and in the media about Mario Williams and his hefty contract. Since he has come to Buffalo, he has been a freak of nature for the Bills. He has provided several huge plays to keep us in the game, and I personally want to make a valid […]
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network via NFL.com, Bills defensive end Mario Williams will play in today’s game with plantar fasciitis, which is a very painful foot injury where the ligament gets inflamed. Buffalo’s highly paid pass rusher missed about a week of training camp with a foot injury that since has been diagnosed at plantar fasciitis, NFL Media Insider Ian...
Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams posted a photo of himself on Instagram holding an M16 with a silencer and two handguns. I’m not sure why Williams posted this, but it’s really stupid. Especially after Aaron Hernandez was just arrested for murder on Wednesday. Williams has the right to bear arms, but I don’t see a reason for owning an M16. Need NFL Tickets? ...
LET'S GET SERIOUS
Mario Williams has urged his teammates to stay off the Doritos over these crucial next six weeks of practice before the season.
Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams has seen a very private matter get nasty and get public in a hurry.
Williams is suing his former fiancée Erin Marzouki to retrieve the $750,000 engagement that he presented to her.
In the fallout has come allegations from her camp of Williams possessing a dark side that gave him suicidal thoughts.
Mario Williams held a press conference...
CAUSE FOR CONCERN?
Mario Williams filed a lawsuit to recover an engagement ring given to his ex-fiancee, who's now brought up possible mental health issues concerning the former no. 1 pick.
The former #1 overall pick gave his former fiancee an engagement ring worth almost $800K, but now that the nuptials have been called off, he'd like it if she'd give the ring back.