The Bucs have traded wide receiver Mike Williams the Buffalo Bills for a sixth-round draft pick in May’s draft, Williams’ agent, Hadley Engelhard, told The Tampa Tribune today.

The deal hasn’t been officially announced.

The trade comes a week after Williams, 26, received the support of Coach Lovie Smith following an incident at Williams’ house in which he was stabbed in the thigh March 23 during an argument with his brother, Eric Baylor.

Also last week, Hillsborough Circuit Judge Margaret Courtney said criminal mischief and trespassing charges brought Williams last December will be dropped, pending Williams’ completion of a misdemeanor intervention program.

Williams averaged 64 catches each of his first three seasons in the league but is coming off an injury-shortened campaign in which he caught just 22 passes for 216 yards and two touchdowns in six games.

The trade reunites Williams with Bills coach Doug Marrone, Williams’ coach at Syracuse.

A fourth-round pick of the Bucs in 2010, Williams signed a six-year, $40.25 million contract last July. The deal calls for Williams to receive a $1.2 million salary and $1 million roster bonus, both of which are guaranteed, and a $600,000 workout bonus in 2014.