Kyle Williams and Bills Talking Extension

Kyle Williams and the Bills are holding talks to negotiate a potential contract extension for the steady defensive lineman, who’s coming off his best season. “Yeah, they’re talking right now,” Williams told The Associated Press.

He didn’t provide any further details except to say his agent is handling discussions. General manager Buddy Nix declined comment in citing the team’s policy of not discussing contract talks. Williams has been a starter since his rookie season in 2006, when the Bills drafted him in the fifth round out of LSU.

His current contract, which runs through the end of the 2012 season, has been extended once already, in 2008, when he signed a deal worth $14.4 million. Though comparatively undersized among NFL defensive tackles, the 6-foot-1, 300-pound Williams has been the Bills’ most consistent and reliable defensive player.


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