ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) -- Prized free-agent defensive end Mario Williams remained in Buffalo for a second straight day contemplating whether to sign with the Bills. And his fiance is now in town, too.
Three Buffalo TV stations happened upon the former Houston star pass rusher at Buffalo International Airport on Wednesday, where he told WIVB he was there to pick up his fiance.
Williams said, "we'll see," when asked if her arrival was considered a good sign.
The Bills announced on their website that Williams and his fiance, who was not identified, were given a tour of the region. The Bills added there "was no word" on whether Williams would be staying through Thursday.
Williams took a physical earlier Wednesday and toured the Bills facility, a day after having dinner with management and coaches.