Aaron Williams has put in a pair of solid performances at cornerback in relief of the injured Leodis McKelvin. His first interception gave Buffalo three points on a field goal drive and his second took points off the board for Baltimore in Buffalo’s end zone. But cornerback is not where the Bills feel he can help them the most.
“We’d like to get him back to safety,” said head coach Doug Marrone. “We really think that again he can do a lot for us back there.”
With respect to Leodis McKelvin, Marrone said the cornerback was very close to being healthy enough to play.
“I think that a lot of it when you say can that player go, a lot of it is going to be about how we feel, how much he can go,” said McKelvin. “I think again when you’re working players back in to you have to see it as, if it was 110 percent healthy and here we go, we’ve got some other players that we’re trying to get back too.”
Marrone said the matchups this week with Cleveland and obviously McKelvin’s availability will determine what happens in this short week.
“I think a lot of it we’ll go through the week, see who is back there, look at the team we’re playing, what we want to do schematically before we make those type of decisions,” he said.
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