FOXBORO, Mass. – D.J. Williams didn’t last long in New England.
The Patriots released the tight end on Wednesday — exactly one week after they signed the Arkansas product. Williams received four offensive snaps against the Texans on Sunday. He was not targeted.
The roster move coincides with Michael Hoomanawanui‘s return to practice. Hoomanawanui missed two weeks of practice...
The New England Patriots have released tight end D.J. Williams after signing him just eight days ago.
.@Patriots release TE D.J. Williams, @FOXSports has learned
— Alex Marvez (@alexmarvez) December 4, 2013
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FOXBORO, Mass. — It’s an uphill climb for a veteran player to try to come to New England and learn the Patriots’ entire playbook during training camp. D.J. Williams is trying to accomplish such a feat more than midway through the season.
Williams signed on Wednesday and was active his first Sunday with the team. That’s an accomplishment in itself. Of course, it helps that...
FOXBORO, Mass. — The mystery has been solved.
The offensive lineman wearing No. 69 on the Patriots’ practice field was Patrick Ford, a rookie tackle out of Eastern Kentucky. Ford said in the locker room that he signed to the practice squad.
D.J. Williams was also spotted in the locker room. He was not allowed to speak to the media, but he looks very slender for a tight end...
The Patriots are getting some help at tight end.
After New England went into Sunday night’s game with just Rob Gronkowski and Matthew Mulligan active, the team is expected to sign a tight end on Tuesday.
D.J. Williams visited the Patriots and is expected to sign “shortly,” according to Jason La Canfora of CBSSports.com. Williams was drafted in the fifth round by the Packers...
Yesterday ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reported on NFL Insiders that the Patriots are “putting out feelers” for available tight ends. There are several good tight ends that could be traded for such as Jacob Tamme, Clay Harbor, and Tony Moeaki, but could the Packers trade the New England Patriots one of Ryan Mallett’s favorite targets for […]
Green Bay Packers tight end D.J. Williams is a pretty talented DJ. He a released a Friday Mix and it doesn’t sound too bad. Check it out.
dj mix Friday. Everyone check out my new mix I just put together !! hope you enjoy!!! http://t.co/YZbzWECyvb
— D.J. Williams (@dj45williams) July 3, 2013
Looks like Williams has a second career lined up after football.
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Packers tight end D.J. Williams said he has come back looking stronger this year in training camp because he wrestled cows during the offseason.
Green Bay Packers tight end D.J. Williams may have the most unusual offseason work out routine of any football player ever. Believe it or not, he says that he wrestles cows to stay in shape during the offseason.
“I wrestle cows every day,” Williams said. “Back home in Arkansas, we don’t have anything else to do.”
Williams said that having roommates that were from the...
1) Introduction: When the Packers selected D.J. Williams in the fifth round last April, most were quick to say that “the rich were getting richer,” with the assumption that Williams—the Mackey Award winner in 2010—would step right into a role in the Packers already deep and talented offense. That may still happen in time, but Williams didn’t add much to the...