Roy Williams

#31S,
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 222
Born:
College: Oklahoma
Birth Place: Redwood City, California
Draft: 2002 1st round (8th pick) by the
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    Antonio Brown puts Steelers/Bengals rivalry aside to help Dre Kirkpatrick’s football camp

    Sometimes sports rivalries are more about the fans than they are the players. Fans often freak out when they see a member of their favorite team fraternizing with a member of the opposition. However, there are some rivalries which you can imagine the disdain for one another carrying over off the field for the players. In my opinion, I would chalk the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals rivalry into that group. The past three seasons these two teams haven’t just hit the field with the intent of winning, but there was an underlying hatred evident when Vontaze Burfict injured several players, and when David DeCastro went after Burfict on a running play last year, knocking Burfict out. One

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    Cincy Jungle

    Assessing the state of the Bengals’ guard position

    Offensive guard is arguably one of the most underappreciated positions on any NFL team. The Cincinnati Bengals have been lucky enough to see a lot of consistency at the position through the years, although things have been rough this offseason. In 2016, the Bengals’ offensive guards were part of an offensive line unit that looked putrid at certain points in the season. However, the majority of the problems centered around the right tackle position, while the guard positions were more secure. The Bengals set out to make some major changes to the offensive line this offseason, following such a poor performance in 2016. But, the changes that took place were likely not what we all had in mind. How

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    Cincy Jungle

    C.J. Uzomah looking to improve heading into Year 3

    C.J. Uzomah has been one of the pleasant surprises of the Cincinnati Bengals’ 2015 draft class. Heck, not many expected Uzomah to even hear his name called in that draft, being that most draft experts had him rated as an undrafted prospect. The Bengals still liked what they saw in the 6'5", 264-pound athletic pass-catcher, even after spending a third-round pick on Rutgers tight end Tyler Kroft. Uzomah had just 29 career catches for 435 yards and seven scores during his four-year career at Auburn. He was primarily a blocking tight end in Auburn's offense, which rarely featured tight ends, but he did catch six touchdowns during his final two collegiate seasons. The combination of blocking and being