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Former Buffalo Bills DE Mario Williams promised to have the best attitude in 2016 with the Miami Dolphins

Mario Williams had an attitude problem last season.

It's too bad that Mario Williams didn't promise to give his "best attitude" with the Buffalo Bills in 2015. Now with the Miami Dolphins, the defensive end is promising to give the best attitude of his career.

In an article from MiamiDolphins.com, Williams promises to give his best attitude with the Dolphins.

“The No. 1 thing that you can definitely look forward to (from me) is attitude,” Williams said. “I think any year, no matter what happens previous, you can’t look at the future or anything like that, but you can handle right now. And my biggest thing, every day I wake up is going to be the best attitude I’ve ever had. And with attitude, everything is going to follow. I know for sure I’m going to be out there humming 100 miles per hour and it’s going to be full attitude.” 

Williams should be able to hum at 100 miles per hour this season after not turning his engine on for multiple games with the Bills in 2015. That said, it'll be interesting to watch Williams' effort throughout the course of the 2016 season in Miami.

The Dolphins open up the year with a tough seven game stretch at Seattle, at New England, versus Cleveland, and at Cincinnati before playing three consecutive home games against Tennessee, Pittsburgh, and Buffalo. If Miami starts off slowly leading up to their bye week, the defensive end's attitude may not be so great for the team's final nine games. 


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