Bills to give Mario Williams $100 million over six years
One of the areas the Bills needed to upgrade through free agency and/or the NFL draft was their pass rush.
And they have done so in a big way.
After picking up free-agent defensive end Mario Williams in their private jet on Tuesday, the Bills have got their man to sign on the dotted line.
Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Bills and Williams have agreed to a six-year contract worth $100 million, which includes $50 million in guaranteed money.
Williams, the No. 1 overall draft pick in 2006, has 53 career sacks and immediately upgrades a defense that recorded only 29 sacks in 2011.
Along with defensive end Chris Kelsay, defensive tackles Kyle Williams and Marcell Dareus, the Bills' first-round pick last year, the addition of Williams gives the Bills one the better defensive lines in the league.