Buffalo Bills safety Aaron Williams missed the last 11 games of the 2015 season after suffering a neck injury. There were concerns surrounding Williams future but it appears that those concerns were unjustified.
According to Bills GM Doug Whaley, Williams is "good to go" and could have played in the playoffs had the Bills made it in as a Wild Card team. This is what Whaley told Ty Dunne of The Buffalo News:
If Williams truly is "good to go," addressing the safety position may no longer be a major concern. Williams is a very capable starter at safety and Bacarri Rambo, a restricted free agent, played well this season despite dealing with several injuries. Adding depth behind the duo would be the next step for the Bills.
As free agency and the NFL draft season approaches, the Bills may have one less need to address after hearing Whaley's good news.null