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Sunday, August 15, 2010

Seattle's Mike Williams Looking to Make a Case for Comeback Player of the Year in 2010

An article written by Jim Trotter in the latest issue of Sports Illustrated on how former first round pick Mike Williams is attempting to turn around his disappointing NFL career in Seattle's camp this season.

The former Detroit Lion, Oakland Raider and Tennessee Titan has been out of the league since 2007 but signed with Seattle in April, which has reunited him with his college coach at USC, Pete Carroll.

The 10th overall pick in the 2005 draft (Detroit Lions) has caught just 44 passes for 539 yards and two touchdowns in 30 career games (only seven starts).
Williams, though he admitted he has been a bit rusty in camp thus far, made a great play on his lone catch in last night's preseason game against his former team Tennessee. Williams turned a short catch in to a 51-yard touchdown.

Just before Williams was released by Tennessee in 2007, he reportedly weighed 270 pounds but is now back down to 235-240 and looking better than ever.

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