Bills and DT Kyle Williams Nearing New Deal

The Bills and Pro Bowl defensive tackle Kyle Williams are nearing a contract extension, Rodney McKissic of The Buffalo News reports.

A fifth-round pick (134th overall) out of LSU in 2006, Williams has 292 tackles and 13.5 quarterback sacks as a starter in 72 of his 78 career games.

Williams signed a four-year, $1.803 million contract in 2006, and signed a three-year extension worth over $11 million before the 2008 season. That extension also included $1.9 million in base salary and roster bonus escalations, and Williams’ scheduled $500,000 roster bonus in 2011 has increased to $1 million.

“They’re a first class organization but we’re not done yet,” Williams’ agent, Albert Elias said. “He’s excited that they’re coming to him two years early and he wants to remain a Bill for the rest of his career and that’s what he’s kind of got me trying to get done.”

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