With Mario Williams back on campus, still-unsigned safety Jairus Byrd is now the lone player not accounted for.
In the meantime, the work will continue without him. Part of that includes Aaron Williams acclimating himself to a new position. The former cornerback made the switch to safety
"We’re excited. Whenever you can take a person that has played corner and put him at safety and have that man-coverage ability, you have to feel good about it. Again, when you make those moves, players, for the most part, do what the coaches tell you to do. But when the player accepts it and feels good about it, good things can happen. He has made a lot of plays from OTAs and minicamp and now. So I’m very excited about him back there," said head coach Doug Marrone.
"The whole butterflies and not knowing what to do, that's all gone. You know, I've been through mini camp and OTAs. These coaches expect a lot from me and I expect a lot from myself and it's time for me to step up and not use the position change as an excuse anymore. That's out the window," Williams said.