Bills could have a trade partner for Mike Williams after all
According to Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News, the New York Giants could have interest in Mike Williams the former Syracuse wide out, who is currently seeking a trade from the Buffalo Bills.
Mike Williams, a former No. 1 receiver in Tampa who was traded to the Buffalo Bills this offseason, has officially requested a trade, and the Daily News has learned the Giants have “some” interest in acquiring him. The details make the possibility seem like a longshot, but given how shorthanded their receiving corps is with Cruz out for the season, a team source said they will likely at least explore it.
The price, of course, will be high, which could be problematic. Buffalo Bills GM Doug Whaley insisted he’s “not actively shopping” his receiver, but an NFL source confirmed that he’s given permission to Williams’ agent to gauge interest in a trade.
“If he gets me compensation worthy of a No. 1 receiver, which he claimed he is,” Whaley told reporters in Buffalo on Monday, “then we would entertain it.”
With that in mind what do you think the Bills could get in return.