Defensive back Aaron Williams has been locked up by the Buffalo Bills.
Williams was drafted in the second round of the 2011 draft. After playing mostly at cornerback his first two years, a move to safety jolted Williams' production. He started 14 games, had four interceptions and racked up 60 tackles before an injury that ended his season.
Williams said Wednesday he's happy to sign a long-term contract extension.
"My agent actually called me last night and said we feel comfortable with the deal and let's sign it and I said great," Williams said.
Bills president and CEO Russ Brandon said extending Williams' contract was a priority for the front office. It's a four-year deal, and no other details have been announced.