Mike Williams, WR, N/A
2014 Outlook: Bust (overvalued)Last updated on Jul-06-2014 by Rusty Reeves
Like Bryce Brown, the Bills acquired Williams knowing that he is a player with some red flags, but also a player who could pay considerable dividends if they can get him to play up to his potential. Williams has had a peaks-and-valleys career since catching 11 touchdowns as a rookie in 2010 with the Buccaneers. Last season was his rockiest yet as he was put on injured reserve in October because of a torn hamstring. Then it was learned that he accumulated more than $200,000 in fines for missing or being late to mandatory meetings and rehab sessions. He landed in Buffalo via trade in April. Williams may turn into the Bills' second-best wideout or he may be cut before the season begins. Peaks and valleys, indeed. Williams has been largely forgotten in re-draft leagues. The 27-year-old has a lot to prove.
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