ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WIVB) - Aaron Williams hit the field as a safety for the first time this afternoon in the team's voluntary veteran's mini-camp.
The Bills are moving the former second-round draft pick from cornerback to safety - a big change for Williams.
"At corner, you're based on one player," said Williams. "Now at safety, your whole vision is the whole field, so you got to open up your eyes a little bit and not focus on one person."
Williams said the Bills' coaching staff informed him of the decision two weeks ago, but today was the first day he was able to hit the field to try it out.
While Williams was getting his first taste of life as a safety, the Bills' star safety was nowhere to be seen. Jairus Byrd is the only player who did not attend today's voluntary mini-camp. Byrd has still not signed his "Franchise Player" contract.
Bills G.M. Buddy Nix said today, he is hoping to work out a long-term deal with Byrd.
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