Bucs place WR Mike Williams on Injured Reserve
SB Nation "Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Williams is dealing with a hamstring injury, and the team is "concerned" about it, according to Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times. It even has some wondering if Williams will play again this season. Williams, who has over 60 catches in each of the last..." October 25
WR Mike Williams (hamstring) has returned to practice. CB Michael Adams also seems well.
Bucs WR Mike Williams (hamstring) is inactive vs. Eagles.
Rotoworld "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..." July 24
Tampa Bay Times "As Mike Williams fielded questions after a mandatory minicamp practice Wednesday, a Bucs teammate walked by and shouted one request. "Pay the man," he said. In fact, it appears that Williams is closer to getting paid. Negotiations between the Bucs and Williams, which accelerated after..." June 13
Pewter Report "The Buccaneers currently have $16 million worth of salary cap room, and that’s even after acquiring Pro Bowl cornerback Darrelle Revis and paying him $16 million in 2013. Tampa Bay has approximately $3.7 million allocated for the rookie salary pool. That leaves the Bucs with just over $12 million..." May 02
Tampa Bay Times "The agent representing Bucs receiver Mike Williams and general manager Mark Dominik had a "very productive" meeting at the NFL combine in Indianapolis, creating optimism the sides can agree on a contract extension. But agent Hadley Engelhard said the time line has been pushed back, with the..." February 26
Bucs Nation "The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Mike Williams have postponed their contract talks, according to the Tampa Bay Times. Not because they can't agree on compensation, but because the Buccaneers want to keep their agenda free to delve into free agency and spend a lot of time on the draft over the coming..." February 25