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Bills WR Mike Williams expects to be 100 percent for offseason program

The Buffalo Bills traded for former Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Williams. He has had two solid seasons nearly passing the 1,000 yard mark, but only played in six seasons in 2013 because of a torn hamstring. Despite recovering from the injury, Williams expects to be 100 percent for the spring workouts.

“I’m good,” said Williams, via the Bill’s official website. “I’m going to be ready for all the offseason workouts and things like that. So I’ll be 100 percent straight for that.”

The Bills can expect big things if they believe what Williams is saying. Williams made comments about his maturity and said that he needs to grow up a bit too.

“Yes, I think I do need to grow up a little bit more,” Williams said, via Mark Gaughan of the Buffalo News. “I think with me having a son, it made me realize things a little bit more and how important it is, and what type of future I have for him and my family. A lot of people are depending on me, so you’re right, I do have to grow up.”

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