Rex Ryan Isn't Pleased with LG Chris Williams

Chris Williams isn't a guarantee to make the Buffalo Bills' 2015 roster and Rex Ryan doesn't sound pleased with the left guard.

Chris Williams is already on the Buffalo Bills' roster bubble. On Tuesday, Williams was a no show as the team started OTAs and head coach Rex Ryan didn't sound too pleased. Ryan told Vic Carucci of The Buffalo News the following on Williams:

“I don’t know if he’s going to be planning on coming back or what; I haven’t seen him,” Ryan said. “I haven’t talked to him, I haven’t seen him. I don’t even know what he looks like. I know these are voluntary type things, so that’s fine. I don’t know if he’s better than all of the rest of these guys, because all the rest of them are here.”

Last offseason, Williams signed a 4-year, $13,150,000 contract with the Bills. He won the starting job at left guard, but was very underwhelming on the field. In three games, Pro Football Focus gave Williams a -6.9 grade, the sixth lowest grade in the league at that point. He left in the third game with a back injury and was placed on the injured reserve.

Buffalo doesn’t have terrific depth along the interior of their offensive line, but that may not be enough of a reason to keep Williams on the roster in 2015. If the team releases Williams on or after June 1st, Buffalo will save $2.475 million in cap space.

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