With star Eric Berry done for the season, the Chiefs are looking into some reinforcements at safety. With that in mind, Kansas City auditioned former Buffalo safety Aaron Williams on Tuesday, Adam Caplan of ESPN.com (Twitter link) hears.
Williams was cut loose by the Bills around the start of free agency following a season in which he suffered a painful neck injury. He met with the Jaguars in May and the Texans in June, but things have been quiet for him over the last few months. The good news is that Williams was said to be fully healthy when auditioning for Houston three months ago.
Williams, 27, has been a starter for the majority of his NFL career, posting seven interceptions and 183 tackles through 59 total games. His health limited him to only ten games from 2015-16, however.
For now, it looks like Daniel Sorensen could be in line to start with Berry out for the year.
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