Buffalo Bills wide receiver Mike Williams told Mark Gaughan of The Buffalo News that he is fully healthy to start training camp. Williams ended last season on IR after tearing his hamstring. (Source: The Buffalo News)
Fantasy Impact: Williams is not guaranteed a spot with the Bills, and there were earlier reports that he was in danger of being cut. Still, if he can return to previous form, the Bills have a receiver that averaged 64 catches for 910 yards his first three NFL seasons.
Mike Rodak reports that Williams didn't stand out in OTAs and he doesn't bring a specific skill to the WR group. (Source: Mike Rodak)
Fantasy Impact: The news is hardly surprising. The Bills have surprisingly good depth at WR with Sammy Watkins, Robert Woods, Marquise Goodwin, and Chris Hogan. Williams looks like the odd man out and she should be missing from your fantasy draft board as well.
The Bills acquired WR Mike Williams from the Buccaneers for a 6th-round draft pick. He's not an explosive athlete by any means but with 25 career touchdowns and a 6-foot-2, 212-pound frame, Williams has been a reliable red-zone option and has recorded at least 60-plus receptions in 3 of his past 4 seasons.