Per profootballtalk.com the contract extension for safety Aaron Williams is for
"Per source, Bills S Aaron Williams' extension is 4 years, $26M (with incentives). $14.625M guaranteed. $6.5M signing bonus. $4.5M option."
What does this mean? Could turn into five years $30 mil. The contract starts after the 2014 season and it would seem to put to a close resigning Jairus Byrd.
Also it seems to be the greatest thing to ever happen to Williams that he was moved to safety.
Williams turns 24 in April and he had the same number of interceptions last season, four, as Byrd fwiw.
I like the signing, it gives stability at the position and he still can become even better especially if you consider how short of a time he has played safety. Then again how often do players get better after getting a huge bump in salary?