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The Buffalo Bills bye week isn't going to make fans like Mario Williams any more.

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Mario Williams texted Buffalo Bills about surgery -- sources - ESPN
"Team sources say Williams was a no-show Monday before he texted a trainer and his defensive line coach to say he was getting a second opinion on his wrist and, subsequently, that he was undergoing arthroscopic surgery."

Chris Mohr wins Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Distinguished Service Award | Press Coverage
"The Monday Quarterback Club announced this week that former Bills punter Chris Mohr has been selected to receive the 27th annual Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Distinguished Service Award for the 2012 season. Mohr will be honored during pregame ceremonies at the Bills-Jacksonville game at Ralph Wilson Stadium on Dec. 2 and at the Monday Quarterback Club luncheon at the Adams Mark Hotel the next day."

Dareus deals with adversity - The Buffalo News
The second-year defensive tackle has had a poor season in the midst of personal tragedy. TBN delves deeper into both.

WGR 550 SportsRadio - Simon: Gailey Making Me Wonder
"Personally I like Gailey and you have to give him credit for making the Bills offense better than it was before he got here. But Gailey has really made me wonder about his future based on many of the things I’ve seen over the last two games."

Bye Week Roundtable | wgrz.com
"Tim Graham of the Buffalo News and Joe Buscaglia of WGR Sportsradio 550 join 2-On-Your-Side's Adam Benigni to discuss the main issues surrounding the Bills as they hit the bye week at 3-4."

League doesn’t rule out taking draft picks from repeat injury report offenders | ProFootballTalk
"NFL spokesman Greg Aiello tells PFT that, if the Bills (as to defensive end Mario Williams), Redskins (as to quarterback Robert Griffin III), or Ravens (as to safety Ed Reed) commit further violations, the fines will increase. Aiello also didn’t rule out the possibility of draft picks being stripped."