Bills' Williams has surgery on left wrist

The Sports Xchange
The SportsXchange

Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams had surgery on his left wrist, the team announced Wednesday.
Williams missed practice and didn't attend team meetings Wednesday while visiting a specialist to determine what to do about his nagging wrist injury.
"The update on Mario is he had a procedure done to relieve some discomfort in his wrist and we expect him back for practice next week," coach Chan Gailey told the team's web site. "That's all I know at this point."
Williams signed a six-year, $100 million contract with Buffalo in March, and was hurt during the final week of the preseason. The Bills (3-4) are off Sunday, then return Nov. 4 to play at Houston, Williams' former team.
It's unclear whether Williams will be healthy enough to return for that game. The Bills defense ranks last against the run, and has allowed a combined 937 yards rushing over the past four games.

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