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The Seattle Seahawks released wide receiver Mike Williams yesterday, just over one season removed from Williams making a claim to a possible NFL Comeback Player of the Year award. The 2010 season saw Williams catch 65 passes for 751 yards and 2 touchdowns in 14 games, but Williams could not reproduce that same success in 2011 with Seattle, playing in 12 games while catching just 18 balls for 236 yards and 1 touchdown.
But is Williams to blame for his drop in production?
In his huge comeback season in 2010, after having not even been in the league since 2007, Williams was the beneficiary of having Matt Hasselbeck as his quarterback throwing him passes. While Hasselbeck is not an elite quarterback in the league by any means, he is still a considerable upgrade over Tarvaris Jackson, who was Seattle’s main quarterback last season.
In releasing Williams, the Seahawks’ receiving corps is left a bit unsettled, to say the least. Sidney Rice and Doug Baldwin return as the team’s top two wide...
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Wide receiver Mike Williams was released earlier this week. Should the offensively challenged St. Louis Rams take a look? - (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Ever since the St. Louis Rams drafted Sam Bradford with the first overall pick three years ago, they have had trouble surrounding the talented quarterback with quality, explosive weapons. The Rams tried to address the issue in...
The Seattle Seahawks have announced that they’ve released wide receiver Mike Williams.
“We would like to thank Mike for his contributions over the past two seasons and we wish him well in the future,” said Seahawks GM John Schneider.
Williams was able to get his career on track in 2010 after a rough start after being drafted by the Detroit Lions in 2005. Last...
The Seattle Seahawks have cut veteran wide receiver Mike Williams.
Williams finished last season on injured reserve with a fractured left fibula that required surgery.
Back in 2010, Pete Carroll’s first year as head coach of the Seahawks, there was a whole lot of uncertainty and anxiety to be had northwest. Most of the players on the roster were veterans past their prime or younger guys who never managed to have a prime of any sort. In the win-loss column, the team had a pathetic nine total wins to show for the previous two seaons. The...
Per an announcement from the Seattle Seahawks and later confirmed by Adam Schefter of ESPN, Wide receiver Mike Williams has been released by the ball club."We would like to thank Mike for his contributions over the past two seasons and we wish him well in the future," general manager John Schneider said in a team release.
Originially drafted by the Detroit Lions from the...
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Reggie Gill weighs in tonight on the release of Seattle wide receiver Mike Williams. He says Mike won't be missed noting a strong ground game with Marshawn Lynch and the O-line will help offset this roster move. Kellen Winslow Jr. and Zach Miller will step up as will Doug Baldwin, Sidney Rice, Ricardo Lockette, Ben Obomanu and Golden Tate.
The Seahawks put an end to the debate about Mike Williams' status, releasing the former first round pick a little more than two weeks before the start of training camp. "We would like to thank Mike for his contributions over the past two seasons and we wish him well in the future," Seahawks general manager John Schneider said. Williams signed a contract extension...
On Friday, the Seattle Seahawks announced the release of Mike Williams. The six-foot, five-inch wide receiver played two seasons with the Seahawks, tallying up 83 receptions for 987 yards and three touchdowns.
One of Williams’ most memorable moments in Seattle is his touchdown catch against the St. Louis Rams in Week 17 of the 2010-2011 season. BMW also had a touchdown catch in...
According to the Seattle Post, none of Mike Williams, Ben Obomanu, and Deon Butler are locks to make the Seahawks’ roster. The report called Doug Baldwin, Golden Tate, and Sidney Rice as the only locks to make the roster, as the trio of Williams, Obomanu, and Butler will have to compete with youngsters Ricardo Lockette and Kris Durham. Durham was a 4th round pick in 2011 that did...