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Windy City Gridiron Apr 13, 2014

Could Chris Williams be a more versatile version of Devin Hester?

The Chicago Bears are hoping they've unearthed a successor to the Windy City Flyer who can also play a part on offense. The Chicago Tribune's Bears beat reporter Brad Biggs wrote an interesting piece in yesterday's edition about wide receiver and kick returner Chris Williams, who was originally signed as an undrafted free agent by the Miami Dolphins out of New Mexico State (4.28 pro day 40-yard dash) in 2009. If, like me, you know next to nothing about the guy, it's well worth a look. He joined the CLF's Hamilton Tiger-Cats and was voted the CFL's most outstanding rookie in 2011, and the...
Turf Show Times Apr 10, 2014
Free Agency Wrap Up: Did the Rams Upgrade or Downgrade?

Free Agency Wrap Up: Did the Rams Upgrade or Downgrade?

The majority of activity in free agency is practically over. How did the Rams fair? With the NFL Draft a mere month away, let’s take one last look in the rear view mirror to analyze the Rams’ activity in free agency. Departures Chris Williams: The Bills signed Williams to a four-year, $13.5 million contract with $5.5 million guaranteed. Williams was widely regarded as a backup masquerading as a starter. The Rams had interest in retaining Williams as a reserve for depth purposes due to his versatility and durability. More power to Williams for finding a team willing to overpay for his...

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