Seven months ago, Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Williams signed a six-year, $40 million contract. But off-field issues, which plagued Williams during his college career, could again be the talented wide receiver's downfall.

He will be arraigned Monday on trespass and criminal mischief charges. And the Tampa Bay Times' Greg Auman and Rick Stroud reported Thursday that the frequent parties Williams threw at his rented home in a gated Tampa community often led to neighbors to call the police.

From June to September 2013, at least five 911 calls were made as a result of the loud parties, in addition to "a lawsuit and threats of eviction, with Williams, 26, agreeing in September to pay more than $43,000 in damages [plus attorney fees], extend his lease by one month [at $6,000] and surrender a $3,600 security deposit."

One of Williams' neighbors told police that he noticed a stripper pole in Williams' living room.

"That tells me a lot about the lifestyle those people had," 60-year-old John Hagensicker said.

Meanwhile, Lovie Smith, hired as the Bucs' new coach last month, was asked about Williams at NFL combine Thursday.

"There's a pattern here and it's disturbing," he said. "No one is bigger than this football team. He has to understand that.

"Have I been disappointed in Mike Williams? Of course, there's a standard. We're just not going to put up with it, no matter who it is. You have to be good on the field and off the field. Simple as that. And if you're not doing what you need to do one or the other, you have problems and that's where Mike has to take care of a few things."