ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WIVB) - Kyle Williams says he should be ready to go once training camp begins this summer. The Bills Pro Bowl defensive tackle is recovering from offseason surgery.
The surgery removed a bone spur from his heel that plagued Williams throughout the 2012 season.
"When you get that thing out of there that's been in there so long, you gain some flexibility you didn't have in there," said Williams. "It's kind of a gradual deal... I'm happy to be getting better."
The Bills have three practices left to close out their final week of Organized Team Activities. Williams has been in attendance, but has spent much of the practice sessions riding an exercise bike on the sidelines.
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