When the Buffalo Bills failed to match the New England Patriots’ offer sheet to restricted free agent running back Mike Gillislee, a lot of eyes moved to the running back depth chart in Buffalo. Even with a new offensive philosophy that should see them come down from the league lead in rushing attempts, the second-string running back is a vital position on this roster. In 2017, the job falls on the shoulders of a second-year man out of Arkansas.
Name: Jonathan Williams# 31Position: RBHeight/Weight: 6’0”, 223 lbs.Experience: 2College: ArkansasDraft: Round 5, Pick 156 by the Buffalo Bills (2016)
Financial Situation (per Spotrac): Williams is entering the second year of his four-year rookie contract, one that carries a cap hit of just over $600,000 this year. The cap hit tops out at a little over $780,000 in the final year of the deal.

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