Bills defensive end Mario Williams was back on the field, sort of, this morning.
And he said the foot injury that’s kept him off the field so far this camp wasn’t anything to worry about.
“It’s not that serious,” Williams said, via Mike Rodak of ESPN.com. “This is precaution. I’m just following orders.”
Williams left camp to get a second opinion on his sore foot, and was limited to riding a stationary bike when he came back. He offered no more specifics about his condition, and said he wasn’t concerned it would linger like the wrist injury he had surgically repaired last year during the bye week.
Bills coach Doug Marrone said Williams had been told by doctors to rest his foot, saying he was “day to day.”
After yesterday’s outburst, it’s good to see Marrone can update the injury report without incident.