Mario Williams agrees to two-year deal with Dolphins
The Miami Dolphins are taking everyone’s discarded players.
The Dolphins and defensive end Mario Williams reportedly have reached agreement on a two-year deal that will pay him around $8 million annually.
The Buffalo Bills released Williams last week after a disappointing season in which he did not fit into Rex Ryan’s scheme and was accused of quitting on the team.
The Dolphins are also reportedly negotiating with the Eagles about a trade for Byron Maxwell, that would likely result in the release of Brent Grimes.
If the Dolphins pay Williams around $8 million per season, they may consider cutting Cameron Wake, who is coming off a torn Achilles’ tendon.