After missing 10 games in 2013 due to injury, Williams is feeling confident that he is healthy and ready to start for the Bills.
Bills WR Mike Williams is feeling “great” after missing 10 games in 2013 because of a hamstring injury.
“I’m fully ready to go… At the start of camp, just did the conditioning test and I feel real good,” Williams told the Buffalo News. “I feel great. I feel I got an A-plus, if there was a grade for it. I feel I’m ready to go.”
Williams may not be one of the starters for the Bills after they traded up in the draft for Sammy Watkins and with the rise of Robert Woods, but the team did make some room on the roster for him by trading former starter Steve Johnson to the 49ers for a conditional draft pick.
The former Tampa Bay Buccaneer was traded to the Bills for a 6th round draft pick. In his first 3 seasons before his injury, Williams recorded 2,371 receiving yards, 23 TDs and 193 receptions.