CB Byron Maxwell rated No. 4 for most likely to disappoint

Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Byron Maxwell Byron may not be the saving grace for the Eagles secondary they think he is, but he'll have a hard time doing worse than underachievers Bradley Fletcher and Cary Williams. With that being said, Maxwell benefitted from having three Pro-Bowlers in the Seahawks defensive backfield and won't have that luxury in Philly. According to Marc...
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13 hours ago  |  Discuss

Eagles head coach Kelly: “We needed to rebuild the secondary”…

I guess we did have to rebuild the defensive secondary, although truth be told I was pretty darn content with Cary Williams at one corner. Quite frankly, the corners took a lot of heat over the past season because rotational help from the safety (I won’t name nates, I mean, names) was often late to the party. Three of the Eagles’ first four draft picks were used on the secondary...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

In Depth 2015: Seattle Seahawks

Seattle looked to have it made. The defending champs were one yard away from taking the lead from New England with less than a minute left in the Super Bowl and there was little doubt the Seahawks were about to have their repeat. Then the interception happened, saving the Patriots and sending Seattle home disappointed. The Seahawks have spent the offseason retooling at a few positions...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Six Questions For The Seattle Seahawks

In this final stage of the NFL offseason, we find ourselves put on pause. It’s annoying. With the Seattle Seahawks’ players and coaches scattered across the world, getting some R ‘n’ R in before returning for training camp on July 31, the Seahawks still have some vital unanswered questions. It would be preferable to have those questions answered with actual football: practice...
Via Oregon Sports News
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Seattle Seahawks: Best offseason acquisition

Jimmy Graham The Seattle Seahawks have reshaped their roster accordingly to be one of the most dominant teams in the NFL yet again. The trade to acquire Jimmy Graham is the best acquisition the team has made all offseason. Some might say the signing of Cary Williams was bigger because the legion of boom needed to fill the void left behind after Byron Maxwell decided to leave. However...
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Cary Williams is Right About One Thing: Chip Kelly Has Struggled Against the Better Teams

Burned much? Photo: Christian Petersen/Getty Images Former Eagles CB Cary Williams does a lot of talking.  It’s just too bad that his on-field play was never as a big as his mouth.  Nonetheless, he has made the news around here again after his recent comments regarding Chip Kelly’s philosophy and that he can’t win against “elite” competition… (Quote courtesy of Sheil...
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21 days ago  |  Discuss

Anthony Davis made the smart move by taking a break

San Francisco 49ers offensive tackle Anthony Davis shocked the world when he announced last week that he was going to take a year or two away from football. The 25-year old Davis said the reason for his sabbatical was to give his brain and body an opportunity to heal from the abuse they’ve taken from years of competitive football. I don’t think it’s a coincidence that he did...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

July 30th can’t come soon enough for the Baltimore Ravens

Training camp is quickly approaching for the Baltimore Ravens with a start date set for July 30th, which is less than a couple months away. The Ravens have gotten off to a great start as their returners fine tune and their rookies and free agency pickups get acclimated to the culture and the system throughout organized team activities (OTAs). Odds didn’t seem to point in Baltimore’s...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

Why Philadelphia Eagles fans should not care what Cary Williams says

Yesterday in a radio interview with ESPN 710, former Philadelphia Eagles cornerback (and current Seattle Seahawk) Cary Williams was asked about his two seasons in Philadelphia and his thoughts about the new regime under head coach Chip Kelly. His response certainly did not thrill any fans and made many headlines: “I enjoyed my teammates, I enjoyed some of the coaches but ultimately...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

Ex-Eagle Cary Williams: Chip’s system didn’t work

Cary Williams' gripe was that Kelly's practices, which include a rigorous amount of conditioning, don't really work. He said his current team has the right idea and that players need to be better rested.
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

Cary Williams takes shots at Chip Kelly's conditioning program

Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly takes pride in his advanced conditioning program, but it could be costing them games? At least one former player thinks so - DB Cary Williams, now with Seattle, played for Kelly for two seasons and saw firsthand what working your playrs too hard can do. Williams was released by the Eagles and signed a three-year $18 deal with Seattle...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

Cary Williams critical of Chip Kelly's coaching

Cary Williams is extremely happy to be with the Seattle Seahawks after two seasons under Chip Kelly on the Philadelphia Eagles, and he’s not afraid to let people know it. The 30-year-old cornerback joined 710 ESPN Seattle’s “Brock and Salk” and was again critical of Kelly by questioning the coach’s conditioning program and saying the...Read More
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

Cary Williams Has Changed Teams, But He Hasn’t Changed

Categories: BREAKING NEWS Eagles News Secondary Tags: Cary Williams Former Eagles cornerback Cary Williams always had a crowd at his locker after practices and games because he always had something to say.  Williams was most comfortable with a microphone in his mouth. The guy seemed to have a chip on his shoulder when he played for the Baltimore Ravens.  At times in games, he...
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Former Eagle Cary Williams Heavily Criticizes Chip Kelly

  View image |   Patrick Causey, on Twitter @PhillySportsJD It was no secret last year that former Philadelphia Eagle Cary Williams was not a fan of some of Chip Kelly's methods. In particular, Williams called out Kelly for overworking his players in practice. According to Williams, this left the Eagles gassed, especially down the stretch of the season. Williams...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

Philadelphia Eagles:Kelly hires Undlin, focuses on fundamentals

A big expectation for the Philadelphia Eagles this upcoming season is that their secondary won’t defend receivers like butter defends against a hot knife. The Eagles’ secondary group has had nearly a complete overhaul and has endured the most changes of any secondary unit in the NFL. Last season’s two starting corners, Cary Williams and Bradley Fletcher, are gone and Nate Allen...
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Weekend web roundup: Seattle Seahawks

Seahawks' honest approach won over cornerback Cary Williams ► Williams, 30, appreciated the Seahawks' honesty and eventually signed a ... Cary Williams visited Seattle on his free-agency tour this offseason, the Seahawks ... Kam Chancellor's half brother getting shot with Seahawks ► Keenan (6-0, 209) signed with Seattle after going undrafted out of Norfolk State, ... said...
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May 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Cary Williams praises 'great environment' at Seahawks OTAs

Seattle Seahawks cornerback Cary Williams is joining the Legion of Boom this season and he is impressed with what he has seen so far in his first OTAs with his new team. Williams told the Seahawks official website how much fun it is to be at Seahawks camp. "It’s a great environment," Williams said. "It’s an environment that’s fun. You’re going to play around fast, fly around...
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May 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Richard Sherman helping Cary Williams with Seahawks’ technique

The 6-foot-1 and 190-pound Cary Williams talked Thursday about the Seattle Seahawks and the Legion of Boom’s obsessive “attention to detail.” “It’s a great environment,” Williams said. “It’s an environment that’s fun. You’re going to play around fast, fly around the ball. You’re encouraged to compete at the top of the routes, be as aggressive as possible,...
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May 29, 2015  |  Discuss

New 'Legion of Boom' member CB Cary Williams catching on quickly

New Seattle Seahawks cornerback Cary Williams has the type of swagger that fits with the brash personalities in the team's 'Legion of Boom' defensive secondary and is fitting in quite nicely. Williams scolded his former teammates in Philadelphia for not being tough enough; however, he won't have that problem with his new unit. "It’s a great environment," Williams said, via...
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May 29, 2015  |  Discuss

How Cary Williams and Will Blackmon will fit with the Seattle Seahawks

Following the end of their second Super Bowl run in as many years, the Seattle Seahawks secondary was battered and short-handed. Richard Sherman, Earl Thomas, Kam Chancellor and Jeremy Lane were all injured and then Byron Maxwell left for the Philadelphia Eagles. Suddenly, things didn’t look so good for the legion of boom. Reinforcements came when they signed two free agent cornerbacks...
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April 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Drafting Seahawks: PJ Williams' talent worth the risk

With general manager John Schneider trading away Seattle's first round pick as part of a trade for Jimmy Graham, many fans may have given up on the hope of being able to select a player with the talent and skills to be picked in the first round in the draft later this month. However, Florida State cornerback PJ Williams has inadvertently put himself in the picture for the Seattle...
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April 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Seattle Seahawks sign CB Cary Williams

The Eagles cut Cary Williams earlier this off-season, but that doesn’t mean that he’s not still a starting caliber player in the NFL. The Eagles were simply in the middle of a massive roster makeover and were cutting anyone that thought wasn’t worth his salary in an effort to free up as much cap space as possible for this off-season. The Eagles used some of their large amount...
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March 21, 2015  |  Discuss

New Seattle Seahawks corner Cary Williams knows what he needs to work on

I had the privilege to watch a lot of Philadelphia’s games this past season in my role as the editor of our Eagles blog. They’re a fun team to watch and Chip Kelly is the most interesting character in the league at the moment. One recurring theme I saw (and read a great deal about) was the utter failure of Philly’s starting cornerbacks. Bradley Fletcher (now with the Patriots...
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March 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Packers Cornerback Position: Panic time?

The Green Bay Packers have already lost cornerback Devon House to a big money contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars (showing why the Jaguars are the Jaguars). The physical cornerback would have been a candidate to replace fellow free agent Tramon Williams if/when he left. Williams, the Packers starter and best cover corner, supposedly rejected the Packers offer of a two year contract...
March 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Packers Should Be Careful Playing Waiting Game with Tramon Williams

If I was going to give the Green Bay Packers a grade on their offseason up to this point, it would have to be an A. But, that grade could easily be dropped down to a B if the Packers were to let Tramon Williams depart as a free agent, leaving themselves vulnerable at cornerback, one of the NFL’s most important positions. Yes, getting back Randall Cobb and Bryan Bulaga was huge...
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March 11, 2015  |  Discuss
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