Troy Williamson

#84WR,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 203
Born:
College: South Carolina
Birth Place: Jackson, South Carolina
Draft: 2005 1st round (7th pick) by the
  • Blake Bortles running out of time to prove he's Jaguars' long-term QB
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    Blake Bortles running out of time to prove he's Jaguars' long-term QB

    Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered University of Florida for 13 seasons for ESPN.com and Florida Times-Union Graduate of Jacksonville University Multiple APSE award winner Follow on Twitter JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- How quickly things have changed for Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles. A little more than a year ago, he was joking about how nice it would be to sign a $100 million contract extension as Carolina quarterback Cam Newton had recently done. On Thursday, it was Oakland's Derek Carr, drafted 33 spots behind Bortles in 2014, signing a huge contract, while Bortles is fighting to convince management -- and his teammates -- that he deserves to be the Jaguars' starter

  • Patriots announce training camp start date for rookies, veterans
    Patriots Wire

    Patriots announce training camp start date for rookies, veterans

    The New England Patriots will begin training camp on July 24 for rookies and July 26 for veterans, the team announced Thursday. The players will report to Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass where the team customarily hosts their training camp. The first public practice will be on July 27. The Hall of Fame induction ceremony for Raymond Clayborn will be on July 29. However, that won’t be their only practice location. New England has agreed to practice with a pair of teams for joint practices ahead of their preseason matchups. The Patriots will host the Jacksonville Jaguars on Aug. 7 and 8 ahead of their preseason opener at Gillette on Aug. 10. The two teams will likely play on the practice fields

  • 2017 Fantasy Football Draft Prep: Offensive line key to Dolphins success
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    2017 Fantasy Football Draft Prep: Offensive line key to Dolphins success

    There was a stretch last year when Jay Ajayi looked like the best running back in the NFL. The Miami Dolphins and Fantasy owners would like to see that happen again, but this time for a full season. And it could all come down to Miami's offensive line. Ajayi's hot streak in 2016 started in Week 6 against Pittsburgh when he had 25 carries for 204 yards and two touchdowns, and he followed that up with 28 carries for 214 yards and a touchdown against Buffalo in Week 7. Following a bye in Week 8, Ajayi had 24 carries for 111 yards and a touchdown against the New York Jets in Week 9. He cooled off in Week 10 at San Diego when he had 19 carries for only 79 yards, and that game is significant. That's