As the Chicago Bears prepare to begin training camp, there have been rumblings about second-year linebacker Jon Bostic competing for a starting spot. The expectation shouldn’t be for him to be in competition for the job, it should be for him to win it.
After drafting Bostic, Bears general manager Phil Emery said “I felt it was very important that if we were going to take a linebacker...
While Jon Bostic is in the mix for both the strong side and middle linebacker position, the battle for MLB between D.J. Williams (who will be 32 when the season starts) and second-year man Bostic looks to be more intense than previously thought.
Bostic’s explosiveness and speed could place him as the No.1 MLB heading into 2014.
Williams was signed two days after Brian Urlacher...
Very early on this, but according to Ian Rappaport of the NFL Network the Denver Broncos have released linebacker D.J. Williams:
Source: #Broncos have released linebacker D.J. Williams.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 11, 2013
This is a move that has been anticipated for at least a few months, but the timing comes just 24 hours before Free Agency begins in 2013. Williams was due...
A report says the Broncos and linebacker D.J. Williams are likely to part ways. Denver may try to trade him first if they can find a suitor.
Denver Broncos linebacker D.J. Williams returned to Dove Valley Monday after serving one of two suspensions, reports Mike Klis of The Denver Post.Williams was suspended for the first six games of the regular season for violating the NFL's performance-enhancement policy. He now begins his second suspension for three games for violating the league's substance abuse policy...
Broncos LB D.J. Williams reportedly submitted a urine sample to an NFL-approved drug tester in August 2011 that the tester concluded was a non-human urine specimen.
Ever since iTweetGate, fans have become increasingly adamant that nine-year linebacker D.J. Williams should be shipped out of town. In one of our recent polls, 55% of fans voted in favor of D.J. being taken out of the starting lineup all together.
My response has been that the team values D.J.’s on-the-field performance higher than his occasional off-the-field mishaps —...
By now you’re all familiar with the story. D.J. Williams went to Twitter early Friday and posted a picture of the Denver Broncos playbook, now iPad-driven, joking about how he’s still old-school and wants to use pencil and paper. Next to his iPad are a stack of notecards and a pencil. Very funny.
The problem is that the picture he took also included diagrams of six Broncos...
BAD IDEA JEANS
DJ Williams might be in a little hot water with the coaching staff after he uploaded a snapshot of team's playbook to the internet via his Twitter account.
"Tebowing" has become a craze lately, but at least one person doesn't think it's cool. That's Broncos LB D.J. Williams, one of Tim Tebow's teammates.