Found October 21, 2011 on Bears Backer:

Bears wide receiver Roy Williams is coming off a game where he caught three passes for 50 yards, his highest total yards in a game since Week One against Atlanta.

Here’s what he had to say about playing in London, England for this Sunday’s match-up with the Tampa Bay Bucs.

“It’s a long way to play a football game, but we’ll play anywhere,” he said. “We’ll play on cement, Antarctica … wherever we’re scheduled to play is where we have to play. And we’ll be ready to play.”

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