- Wolfson adds that beside discussing Williams, the Vikings are expected to “catch up on” CB Captain Munnerlyn, who still has two years remaining on his contract.
The Bills traded for Williams last year when they sent the Buccaneers a sixth-round pick in return for the veteran receiver.
However, things didn’t go well for him in Buffalo and he was later released from injured reserve now towards the end of December. He had been dealing a calf injury, which led to him being placed on I.R.
Williams, 27, is still in line to receive $5.2 million in 2015, fully guaranteed, according to Jason La Canfora.
It became clear that Williams wasn’t a good fit with the Bills just a few weeks into the season, and there were even reports that he could be moved at this year’s trade deadline. Although, nothing came of the idea.
In 2014, Williams appeared in five games and caught eight passes for 142 yards receiving and a touchdown.