Sunday, March 4, 2012
Morning take: Williams' Bills had bounties
Here are the most interesting stories Sunday morning in the AFC East:
Morning take: Williams' awful three-year tenure (17-31) in Buffalo just got worse. It's been almost a decade since Williams last coached in Buffalo, so don't expect any stiff penalties. But the league may look into Williams' time with the Bills.
- The Buffalo News reports former Bills head coach Greg Williams had a "pay for performance" system for big hits in Buffalo, as well.
Morning take: Ryan felt the need to clear the air, because Williams coach under Ryan's father, Buddy. Williams is considered part of the Ryan coaching tree.
Morning take: I'm curious of what the Patriots will do defensively in free agency. They have so many needs at all three levels. What will New England go after first?
Morning take: The tag is not coming, so expect Soliai to become an unrestricted free agent. He will get his money somewhere, but most likely it won't be in Miami.