Demetrius Williams

#83WR,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 202
Born:
College: Oregon
Birth Place: Concord, California
Draft: 2006 4th round (14th pick) by the
  • Bengals among the least popular teams in the NFL
    Bengals Wire

    Bengals among the least popular teams in the NFL

    The Cincinnati Bengals have had a rough stretch over the years. Despite going to the playoffs several times in recent history, they’ve failed to advance at all. It’s something that has bothered fans and has been fodder to those that would like to laugh at Cincinnati’s discomfort. Following a 6-9-1 season in 2016, it seems that the Bengals aren’t all that popular across the board. According to a ranking of popularity by 24/7 Wall St., Cincinnati ranks No. 24. Even though the Bengals have pretty cheap average ticket prices comparatively at only $164, their stadium wasn’t filled very often. Cincinnati had only a 92.4 percent fill rate in 2016. While that sounds high, it’s only a shade better than

  • Calais Campbell cracks Pro Football Weekly's Super 50 list
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    Calais Campbell cracks Pro Football Weekly's Super 50 list

    Earlier this offseason we discussed Calais Campbell’s ranking on the NFL Top-100 Players list of NFL Network and Pete Prisco’s personal list. We can now add another list to his accolades as Pro Football Weekly listed him to their Super 50 list. 47. DE Calais Campbell, Jaguars: It’s highly unusual for an interior defender to land a four-year, $60 million ($30 guaranteed) deal ahead of his age-30 campaign. Campbell, of course, is an unusual specimen, a 6-8, 300-pound scheme-flexible monster who made one of the best defenses in football go in Arizona. He’ll kick out to end after being one of the more disruptive 3-4 five-techs in the league, collecting eight sacks and 12 tackles for loss in addition

  • The Franchise QBs: Rank the top all-time signal-callers for all 32 teams
    ESPN.com

    The Franchise QBs: Rank the top all-time signal-callers for all 32 teams

    ESPN.com Perhaps no athlete in sports is subject to more scrutiny than an NFL quarterback. The fortunes of a franchise either rise or fall based largely on who is receiving the snaps from center. Who do you think are the best signal-callers in the history of your favorite team? Now is your chance to rank them in order. Follow the links below for each team's voting page: AFC East Buffalo Bills: No one in Bills history is as decorated as Jim Kelly. Beyond that, it gets interesting. Rank 'em Miami Dolphins: Should the record-setting passer or the two-time Super Bowl champion get the nod at No. 1? Rank 'em New England Patriots: We already know who the top dog is, but another debate beckons: Drew