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March 5, 2014

Buffalo locks up Aaron Williams

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Tonawanda News — "If Jairus does come back, that would be the greatest thing ever, because our chemistry is unbelievable," Williams said. "If he doesn't come back, good luck to him. We're always going to be best friends. ... We'll just have to move on and find another piece to try to replace his role."

The Bills defense is undergoing another offseason change, with Jim Schwartz taking over as coordinator after Mike Pettine left to become the Cleveland Browns head coach. Schwartz has a similar aggressive defensive coaching philosophy, which is expected to ease the transition.

"I feel real confident that nothing major is going to change," Williams said. "There might be a few things here and there, but I think team-wise, once we get all the pieces together we will be fine."

The Bills also announced free-agent linebacker Jameel McClain had arrived in Buffalo to meet with team. Listed at 6-foot-1 and 245 pounds, McLain spent the past six seasons with the Baltimore Ravens before being released by the team last week.

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