Another ex-Buc is in decline and failing to wow in Buffalo. I’m actually surprised and thought a change in scenery would do him some good. Cue the rap, grease the pole and time to hit the mattresses.WR Mike Williams: When Williams arrived via trade in April, my first reaction was that he could be a top target in the Bills' offense. I'm less convinced now. Williams didn't stand out in OTAs and seeing him in action, there isn't a particular skill that he brings to the table that is different from the rest of the receiver group. If Watkins and Robert Woods become fixtures on the outside and Chris Hogan can continue to contribute in the slot, Williams starts to slide down the depth chart. The Bills will keep Marquise Goodwin and Marcus Easley on their final roster, so Williams will have to fight Hogan and T.J. Graham for the final spot. He could change my opinion in minicamp or early in training camp, but for right now I wouldn't call his spot on the team a sure bet.http://espn.go.com/blog/buffalo-bills/post/_/id/10399/bills-fallers-from-ota-practices
He got his payday. There’s no drive there any longer.Funny thing is he is the type of moron that will need more money because he will find a way to blow it all. By the time he realizes this it will be too late.