Josh Williams

#72DE,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 255
Born:
College: Kansas
Birth Place: Denton, Texas
  • Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliot has interaction with police
    Cowboys Wire

    Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliot has interaction with police

    Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliot was detained by police in Columbus, OH on Friday night. He was headed to The Social Bar when a cop flashed a flashlight in his face. Zeke was then detained for about four minutes, according to TMZ. The TMZ report reads as follows: Ezekiel Elliott’s night was abruptly interrupted by cops after they detained and questioned him….before letting him go. An eyewitness tells us the Cowboys star was on his way to The Social bar Friday night in Columbus, OH when suddenly, and for unknown reasons, a cop lit a flashlight on his face and detained him for about 4 minutes….before letting him go. There is no word on why the officer detained Elliot, but a video was

  • ‘No opportunity is concrete,’ but Malcolm Mitchell made most of his
    Pats Pulpit

    ‘No opportunity is concrete,’ but Malcolm Mitchell made most of his

    Few rookies are fortunate enough to experience the post-Super Bowl victory side of Bill Belichick. It’s a brief moment somewhere between “Do your job” and “No days off.” But Malcolm Mitchell has seen it. The wide receiver out of Georgia is among the few. “He smiled at least for 10 minutes straight,” Mitchell said of his head coach Friday while appearing on NFL Network’s Total Access. “And he gave me a hug. I got a hug. I think that’s the first time we ever touched each other.” The hug was well-deserved for Mitchell, a fourth-round pick last April who caught 32 passes for 401 yards and four touchdowns in the regular season, before being ruled out for the divisional round and returning to catch

  • One Hall of Fame voter sheds light on why Terrell Owens didn't make it in
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    One Hall of Fame voter sheds light on why Terrell Owens didn't make it in

    A year ago, when Terrell Owens wasn’t voted into the Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility, controversy erupted. As our Will Brinson wrote at the time, it was “a little ridiculous for Owens not to be in the Hall of Fame right away” considering he’s ranked near the top in every receiving category. So, imagine the controversy when Owens didn’t get enough votes -- again -- to be inducted this year.  The backlash has been substantial. Owens, himself, called it a “flawed process” in the immediate aftermath. And he hasn’t slowed down since, saying in the past week alone that he “lost all respect” for the Hall of Fame process and that he’s better than Hall of Famer Cris Carter. If Owens is looking