Bucs re-signed WR Mike Williams to a six-year, $40.25 million contract.
Williams had one year left on his rookie deal, so it's really a five-year extension that goes through the 2018 season. The 2010 fourth-rounder has been a solid red-zone weapon and No. 2 wideout, using his 6'2/212 frame and strong ball skills to set a franchise record with 23 touchdowns in his first three seasons. He's never reached 1,000 yards in a single campaign, but has gone for 900-plus twice and has never missed a game. The $6.70 million average annual value of Williams' deal is similar to the value of deals signed by Brian Hartline and Danny Amendola this offseason. He didn't get Dwayne Bowe or Greg Jennings kind of money.