Bills' Kyle Williams cleared to practice
Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams is back practicing on a limited basis during OTAs, according to the Associated Press.
Williams went through about half of the Bills' drills on Tuesday as he makes his way back from foot surgery last November that sidelined him for the remainder of the 2011 season.
"Yeah, it's good to be back even for just a few plays here and there," Williams said Tuesday. "Just getting my foot in the door. And hopefully, when we get to training camp, I can be full bore."
Williams had bone spurs removed that were aggravating his Achilles tendon, and though he still has some soreness, it is not a major concern as he makes his way back.
Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com