ATENEARS Posted April 29, 2010 Report Share Posted April 29, 2010 P.M. Cleveland Browns Links: Roy Williams an option? Doing some QB math By Starting Blocks, The Plain Dealer April 28, 2010, 1:32PM Cleveland, Ohio -- Brian DiTullio, writing for bleacherreport.com, offers an interesting prospect: The Browns drafted a wideout -- Carlton Mitchell, in the sixth round. The incumbent receiving corps -- Chansi Stuckey, Mohamed Massaquoi, Brian Robiskie and Syndric Steptoe -- doesn't exactly inspire fear in the hearts of opposing defensive backs. Josh Cribbs technically is part of that group, but his value is more as a returner and WildDawg. So maybe free agency? And that's where DiTullio's idea comes in. Enter the new free agents, among them Roy Williams, the seemingly odd man out in Dallas after the Cowboys drafted Dez Bryant this past weekend. Williams, who has just 57 receptions and eight touchdowns in 25 games with the Cowboys, has been a huge disappointment after costing them their first-, third-, and sixth-round picks in the 2009 draft. Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones re-affirmed his commitment to keeping Williams on the roster, and quarterback Tony Romo said one main goal of the offseason was to develop better "chemistry" with Williams. That's good to hear if you're a Cowboys fan, but the truth is they have Bryant on the roster now and Miles Austin had a Pro Bowl 2009 season. If Jones isn't quietly entertaining trade offers for Williams, that would be surprising. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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