Narada Williams

#69DE,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 245
Born:
College: Fort Valley State
Draft: Undrafted
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    Golden Tate is the NFL's hardest WR to tackle

    Golden Tate does a lot of things well, but it’s no secret that he’s at his most dangerous when the ball is already in his hands. What even most Detroit Lions fans don’t know, according to Pro Football Focus, is that Tate is most dangerous catch-and-run receiver in the entire NFL. As the Lions offense visibly downshifted into a ball-control, short-passing offense in 2016’s, Tate’s effectiveness on quick slants and screen passes became a focal point. According to PFF, Tate forced more missed tackles per average reception than any other player in the league over the last four seasons: Forcing a missed tackle on nearly one out of every three receptions, Tate is exceptionally elusive. Detroit leaned

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    Eric Ebron: 'I had to mature'

    When the Detroit Lions drafted explosive tight end Eric Ebron No. 10 overall in 2014, he wasn’t the only one who thought he had it all figured out. But aftter three seasons of slow acclimation to the professional game, overcoming both physical and mental setbacks, Ebron told MLive’s Nate Atkins he came of age the hard way. “I got drafted high. I was playing at a high level in college. I just thought I had it all figured out until I got to the NFL,” Ebron told Atkins. “It just showed me that I had to mature. I had growing to do. It helped me. That’s what football is for, really.” As Atkins pointed out, Ebron was just 20 years old when Detroit drafted him, very young even for a rookie. Though he’s

  • Reuters

    NFL-National Football League roundup

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