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Jason Williams Has a New Home

Linebacker Jason Williams, the latest piece of evidence that the 2009 draft may as well have been presided over by a group of drunken gibbon monkeys, has found a new home.The Carolina Panthers claimed Williams on Wednesday afternoon, just a day after being released by the Dallas Cowboys. Dallas drafted Williams with their first overall pick of the 2009 draft, which came, of course...
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November 04, 2010  |  Discuss

Williams Release Adds to Cowboys' Woes

The election that wrapped up on Tuesday night featured less talk of how much change was needed than your average conversation about the Dallas Cowboys. We'll see how the politicians fare in their mission, but the Cowboys actually did make one change on Tuesday.The team cut linebacker Jason Williams, a 2009 third-round pick who had distinguished himself by being unable to win time...
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November 03, 2010  |  Discuss

Williams Waived

The Cowboys have cut ties with LB Jason Williams, a third-round pick in 2009 who played in just 10 of 23 games. The move frees up a spot for possible DB depth.
November 02, 2010  |  Discuss

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