Bills owner upbeat on Mario Williams
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson can be a big-spender, after all.
Frustrated after 12 seasons of missing the playoffs, and realizing that at 93 he's not getting any younger, the Hall of Fame owner was fully on board in prompting the team's successful spare-no-expense pursuit to land prized free-agent defensive end Mario Williams. Wilson said his motivation had nothing to do with addressing his critics, the most polite of whom call him frugal.
"I didn't do this ...
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