Two days into training camp and the story stealing is the headlines is the foot of Mario Williams.
Williams is in the second year of his $100 million contract. The defensive end left camp at St. John Fisher College on Monday to be evaluated by doctors off-campus.
Doug Marrone didn't give much info on the injury following Monday's practice. In fact
On Sunday Williams offered no specifics on the injury, and pointed questions about his condition to Marrone.
Williams's may be pulling a Bruce Smith move, who always seemed to have a reason or two to miss camp practices. But Williams is not Smith.
Williams will be a big time factor in the success or failure of new coordinator Mike Pettine’s defense this upcoming season.
Last season it was discovered after the first game against the Jets that Williams had suffered a wrist injury. Williams recorded 46 tackles and 10.5 sacks in a underwhelming year.
Williams's tough times continued during the offseason when he sued his ex-fiancée in May to recover a $785,000 engagement ring after the couple split up.
Lets not forget that safety Jairus Byrd has yet to sign his franchise tender so the team is missing its two best defensive players.