The Buffalo Bills and former Houston Texans defensive end Mario Williams have agreed on a deal, according to ESPN’s Chris Mortenson.
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By signing Williams, the Bills will finally fill their need to improve their pass rush after only compiling just 29 sacks last season. With the Texans, Williams had a franchise-best 53 career sacks, including a team single-season best 14 in 2007. The 6-foot-6 and 285 pound Williams was limited to playing just five games last season after sustaining a torn chest muscle.