Bills expected to re-sign Karlos Williams

By Vincent Frank
Oct 4, 2015; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills running back Karlos Williams (29) celebrates his touchdown against the New York Giants during the second half at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Giants beat the Bills 24-10. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports

Despite what seemed to be widespread issues between himself and the organization, it’s being reported that the Buffalo Bills are expected to re-sign running back Karlos Williams.

Williams was released prior to the start of the season, primarily due to his four-game suspension┬ástemming from a violation of the league’s substance abuse policy.

It was a somewhat surprising move considering the 2015 fifth-round pick put up nine touchdowns and averaged 5.6 yards per rush as a rookie.

Unfortunately for Williams, he fell out of favor during off-season activities and was quickly shown the door.

Now that his four-game suspension is over, the Bills found it worthwhile to bring the former Florida State star back into the mix.

He will likely eventually take over as the team’s primary backup behind LeSean McCoy, a role the youngster held last season.