Ian Williams

#93NT,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 305
Born:
College: Notre Dame
Birth Place: Altamonte Springs, Florida
Draft: Undrafted
  • NBC Sports Bay Area

    Harbaugh goes Biblical, responds to Jacobs' criticisms of his coaching

    Former NFL running back Brandon Jacobs spent one season with the San Francisco 49ers in 2012 under head coach Jim Harbaugh. Going somewhere where they dont have route conversions into certain coverages was just absurd, Jacobs said Thursday on the Tiki and Tierney Show. Theyre just running routes in the defense, getting people killed.

  • Andre Branch is confident the Dolphins can improve their rushing defense
    Dolphins Wire

    Andre Branch is confident the Dolphins can improve their rushing defense

    To say the Miami Dolphins have been dreadful in stopping the run in recent seasons would be an understatement. In the last three years, the Dolphins haven’t finished any better than 24th (2014) in rushing defense and that would come back to haunt them in their playoff loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Le’Veon Bell rushed for 167 yards and two touchdowns as the Steelers cruised past the Dolphins 30-12 in the AFC Wild Card Round. Miami defensive end Andre Branch has a simple solution on what the Dolphins must do to improve their rushing defense. “I think everybody just has to do their job,” Branch said. “That’s the most important thing. When we look back on last year and we look back on things,

  • Former coach Chip Kelly joining ESPN as a college football studio analyst
    CBS Sports

    Former coach Chip Kelly joining ESPN as a college football studio analyst

    Chip Kelly is finally returning to college football ... as an analyst. Sorry, college football fans will have to wait for a little longer for Kelly to return to the game.  On Friday, ESPN announced that Kelly signed a multiyear deal to serve as a studio analyst. According to ESPN, Kelly "will have a significant presence on ESPN programming during the football season, predominantly working college football pre-games, halftimes and studio wraps each Saturday on ESPN2. Kelly, a coach with nearly 30 years of experience at multiple levels of football, will also appear on SportsCenter on Fridays and Sundays offering insight to college and NFL games."  The Associated Press notes that Kelly will fill