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Aaron Williams was officially placed on injured reserve in order for the Bills to sign WR Percy Harvin.
This is a big blow to the Bills defense which we should all see come to fruition this week in Sunday night's bout against the Seahawks. Seahawks receiving options should see a slight bump.
Bills safety Aaron Williams had to be taken to the hospital for a precautionary MRI after taking a vicious block from Jarvis Landry during Sunday's loss in Miami. He was released and flew back to Buffalo with the team. A source told Pro Football Talk that there was no concern over a head injury.
A scary hit was made even scarier by Williams' injury history; his career was almost ended by a neck injury that caused him to miss most of last season. The Bills may want to be extra cautious with him, but he hasn't had much a fantasy impact so far with 20 total tackles and no interceptions.
Williams suffered a series of neck injuries this season and has been sidelined since Week 5. He will have to come to training camp and test out his neck in contact drills. He's only 25 years old.
Buffalo's DST has been terrible this season and has been hit with the injury bug. Buffalo DST was supposed to improve under Rex Ryan and so far that hasn't been the case.
Aaron Williams has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the New York Giants thanks to a neck injury.
Williams will be missed at safety for this game. He currently has one interception and eight tackles for Buffalo.
Buffalo Bills coach Rex Ryan expects S Aaron Williams to be ready to participate when training camp begins.
Williams' 2014 campaign was cut short due to a hip injury that ultimately required surgery. He should be in action during camp, but it remains to be seen if he'll be at full-go by the time the regular season begins.