Pro Bowl defensive tackle Kyle Williams isn’t going anywhere.Kyle Williams

Bills coach Sean McDermott announced at the Scouting Combine this morning that Williams will remain in Buffalo for 2017.

“I have a tremendous amount of respect for Kyle, what he’s done for the Bills’ organization, one of our leaders, and I can announce at this time that Kyle is coming back and we look forward to working with Kyle,” McDermott said.

There had previously been talk that the Bills might cut Williams to avoid an $8.3 million cap hit for a 34-year-old. McDermott did not say whether Williams had agreed to a pay cut to stay in Buffalo, but it’s now clear that one way or another, Williams will remain a Bill.

The Bills cap situation is ugly to say the least, and with the Tyrod Taylor contract situation about to get to its breaking point, we will see how the Bills handle their lack of money to spend this offseason.

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