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Bills sign Aaron Williams to four-year extension
- Updated: March 5, 2014
While the Buffalo Bills are facing the threat of losing Jarius Byrd to free agency, they decided on Wednesday that they wouldn’t lose Aaron Williams. On Wednesday the Bills signed Aaron Williams to a multi-year extension, and per Pro Football Talk, the deal is a four-year deal worth $26 million.
There is $14.625 million guaranteed, but no set amount of how much is fully guaranteed after the $6.5 million signing bonus. Williams moved from cornerback to safety in the 2013 season and had 82 tackles, 4 interceptions, and one forced fumble, while starting all 14 games.
While the team and their fans have been keyed in on the pending situation with Jarius Byrd, one thing is certain, they won’t lose both safeties. For the skeptics out there wondering if this would mean no deal for Byrd, Ian Rapoport says no. There is still a possibility that the Bills are able to re-sign Byrd.
Spoke to a #Bills source, on if they could sign Jairus Byrd after Aaron Williams’s huge extension: “They’re completely independent” So, yes
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 5, 2014
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