Bills coach Doug Marrone got a bit frustrated by repeated questions about the condition of defensive end Mario Williams’ foot on Tuesday, but it appears things will move a little more smoothly when he next meets the media.
Williams left the team to get a second opinion on his sore foot, which was reportedly that the injury wasn’t serious and needed rest before it would be back to 100 percent. Williams returned to Bills camp late on Tuesday and was in uniform and on the field when practice got underway on Wednesday.
The return to the field wasn’t a return to full practice, however. Chris Brown of the team’s website reports that Williams went through the walkthrough with the rest of the team before moving to the side to ride a stationary bike. He then progressed to working on the side with a strength and conditioning coach along with tight end Scott Chandler, who has been practicing fully after his return from a torn ACL.
Williams is set to speak to the media later on Wednesday, which should bring more information about his status and outlook for the coming days.