Buccaneers trade Mike Williams to Buffalo after off-field incidents

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have traded Mike Williams to the Buffalo Bills for a sixth-round draft pick, following a slew of off-field incidents, including being stabbed by his brother.

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More questions than answers

The Bucs finally made their move and rid themselves of "troubled" WR Mike Williams. But where do they go from here?

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Five things about the Mike Williams trade

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have said goodbye to one of only two pre-2011 draft picks remaining on the roster. What else do you need to know about today's Mike Williams trade?

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Mike Williams traded for sixth-round pick

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have traded Mike Williams to the Buffalo Bills for a sixth-round pick, saying goodbye

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Brothers, Bentleys and paring knives

Mike Williams' brother damaged his car, which led to an argument, a paring knife and blood shooting everywhere.

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Lovie Smith: "Won't kick Williams off the team"

Lovie Smith has no plans to kick Mike Williams off the team for being the victim of a crime.

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Williams' brother arrested

Mike Williams' brother has been arrested for stabbing the wide receiver.

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Mike Williams can be cut with no cap penalty

More information on Mike Williams' contract suggests the Tampa Bay Buccaneers could say goodbye to the talented receiver without a big salary cap hit.

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Bucs haven't talked to Williams

Mike Williams has not talked to his employer yet in the middle of a media storm over his stabbing.

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Mike Williams stabbed 'accidentally'

Mike Williams told the police he was stabbed accidentally. With a kitchen knife. By his brother. During a wrestling match.

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Bucs 'disappointed' in Williams

Could the Buccaneers release Mike Williams after being the victim of a violent crime? That seems unlikely, but apparently they're disappointed in the wide receiver.

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Getting stabbed is not grounds for release

Mike Williams' off-field trouble this offseason is a problem, but being the victim of a violent crime is not grounds for release, as far as I know.

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