IRVING---With his training camp concussion now squarely in his rearview mirror, Terrance Williams heads into his rookie season with the Dallas Cowboys focused on two important things--doing all he can to help his team win games and improve each and every day.
Sure, these two priorities might sound clich, but the 2013 third-round pick out of Baylor knows that being an NFL rookie can be a tough transition and also realizes that the way many veterans came through their rookie campaigns better players was by merely keeping it simple.
"My goal is just to continue studying my playbook so I can go out there and know what I'm doing with 100 percent confidence and just play my style of football and play the style of football that the coaches brought me here to do," Williams said after practice on Thursday.
A concussion during training camp in Oxnard, California last month forced him to miss a pair of preseason games. However, this Dallas native is now over that and has squarely shifted hi...