Sportsnaut "Rex Ryan and Mario Williams apparently didn’t part on the greatest of terms when the defensive end was released by the Buffalo Bills this offseason. Williams complained about his role in Ryan’s defense often during the 2015 campaign — the worst statistical season since his rookie season. He..." May 29
Sportsnaut "Rex Ryan and Mario Williams apparently didn’t part on the greatest of terms when the defensive end was released by the Buffalo Bills this offseason. Williams complained about his role in Ryan’s defense often during the 2015 campaign — the worst statistical season since his rookie season. He..." May 27
Miami Herald "Buffalo Bills coach Rex Ryan says the Dolphins are giving Mario Williams “everything he wants” by allowing him to line up at defensive end in a 4-3 defense, as opposed to playing a lot of linebacker in the 3-4 utilized by Ryan last year. So it’s no surprise that Williams, coming off the most..." May 26
Miamidolphins.com "Defensive end Mario Williams has brought pressure on the quarterback pretty much since the day he entered the NFL as the first overall pick in the 2006 draft. He’s looking to do the same thing this fall in his first season with the Dolphins. But Williams is looking to bring something..." April 17
ESPN "Defensive end Mario Williams has agreed to a two-year contract with the Miami Dolphins, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter. It is unclear what Williams' addition means for the futures of Olivier Vernon and Cameron Wake in Miami. Vernon received the Dolphins' transition tag last week, giving the..." March 09
The #Dolphins deal with pass-rusher Mario Williams should come today, sources says, and it's expected to land him $8M per year.
Newark Star-Ledger "Charles Johnson will be the first free-agent pass rusher to visit with the Giants. He's scheduled to meet with the team on Sunday. Former Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams is likely to be next. The Giants are among four or five teams that Williams is likely to visit, a person with..." March 06
The Score "An AFC East foe is looking to profit off the Buffalo Bills' recent decision to release veteran pass-rusher Mario Williams. Williams will visit the Miami Dolphins on Saturday, a source told NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. It's difficult to imagine the Dolphins fitting Williams under their salary..." March 05