Newest Cowboy Teddy Williams: ‘Play Me Anywhere’

The Dallas Cowboys called former practice squad member Teddy Williams up to the active roster after injured quarterback Tony Romo was placed on injured reserve. Williams ran track at UT-San Antonio.

Williams started his career on the practice squad as a cornerback, but will be making the transition to wide receiver. He could also contribute on special teams as a returner.

After receiving the news yesterday, Williams discussed his excitement of being called up to the active roster and said that he just wants to contribute anywhere possible. He listed CB, WR, and even running the wildcat among possibilities of how he’d like to get the ball in his hands.

You can listen to the entire interview by CLICKING HERE.

Topics: Active Roster, Dallas Cowboys, Interview, NFL, Practice Squad, Teddy Williams

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