Though there was a good deal of positive news on the Bills injury front Monday, the one player who is still not ready to return to action is Pro Bowl DT Kyle Williams.
Head coach Rex Ryan provided an update on the veteran defensive lineman’s knee injury Monday.
“It’s a significant injury, but we anticipate him back at some point,” said Ryan. “To think he could come back now, I don’t think he’s ready for that. I don’t think there’s any doubt that he won’t be available this week. And he probably won’t be available for the Jets, given that it’s five days later. But he is making good progress.”
Williams said he is working to rehab the injury and eager to get back in the lineup to contribute.
“I’m getting better. It’s just going to take a little time and compared to how it got hit and where I got hit I actually got pretty lucky with the injury that I had,” said Williams. “It’s going to take a little time and I’ll work it every day because I’m definitely not wired or made to watch. I think I can help and be a big part of what we can do. So I’m just trying to get healthy to help my team and try not to break stuff when I do watch.”
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