The Buffalo Bills have the worst red-zone offense in football, scoring touchdowns on just 41.2 percent of their trips inside the opposition's 20-yard line.
"It's a great question to ask," said offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett, according to The Buffalo News.
"For us offensively, it's challenging. You get 20 active players on offense if we dress the kicker. If we don't dress the kicker, we can get 21. You've got a bunch of positions special teams-wise, you've got guys that are injured, you need people that play multiple positions and that's what I talked to Mike about."
Marrone was more blunt when the questions continued.
"There are other people that we think are playing better," he said. "I think it's as simple as that."
Williams said he's open to playing special teams if that's what it takes to get him in the game plan. We imagine some bad blood remains after Williams asked permission to seek a trade last month. It's hard to get in the end zone when you're stuck in the dog house.