While we await word on the latest in the Lee Evans trade rumors, a separate report - this one apparently from Jason La Canfora of NFL Network - could indicate where the Buffalo Bills are set to begin spending some of their money.
Williams received a contract extension from the Bills prior to the 2008 season, after just two years in the league. At that time, the deal extended Williams through 2012 and was effectively a three-year, $14.4 million add-on to his existing deal that guaranteed him more money in '08 and '09. Now, the Bills appear to be ready to lock him up for the long haul - and probably with a significant pay raise involved.
Obviously, this is good news, as Williams is a great player and a fan favorite. More intriguing, however, is the fact that with this commitment (should it happen), we can essentially kiss plans to field a traditional 3-4 defense goodbye.