Found October 13, 2011 on GridironFans.com:
The Tennessean reports Titans offensive coordinator Chris Palmer wants more from WR Damian Williams, who has recorded a touchdown in two straight games. “I need to push him a little bit more,” Palmer said. “I think he’s responding very, very well. He’s had his first two touchdowns. But I did have to get after him a little bit and he understands why I got after him -- because my expectations are much higher than his right now. He’s only a second-year player. He’s got a bright future ahead of him.” Williams apparently is listening to what his coordinator is telling him. “He told me what he expects and I told him what I’ve got and what I’m going to give him,” Williams said. “We’re on the same page.”

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