In Mike Pettine’s defense, Buffalo’s defensive coordinator would like to have players capable of playing more than one position, but he doesn’t want to line them up at their “second” position, until he feels they’ve mastered their first. That shouldn’t be much of a problem for Aaron Williams.
Williams, who already knows how to line up and play cornerback, has been working at safety all spring. Safety is technically Williams’ first position, which he’s working to master. His second position is cornerback, but he has the advantage of already knowing that spot.
“It’s a reverse thing for me because I have experience and played in games at the corner position,” Williams told Buffalobills.com. “Now my main goal is to work on my craft at safety. Once I get my goal (accomplished) at safety I can go back to cornerback and see what I can do and master some other positions. But right now it’s safety and that’s the only thing.”
Tags: Aaron Williams, Bills OTAs, Mike Pettine
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