WR Stephen Williams, Free agent

HT: 6-5, WT: 208, Born: 6-29-1986, College: Toledo, Drafted: ---

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2014 Projections

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2014 Schedule

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2013 Game Summaries

Week 1 - Williams was wide open for a deep TD, but he dropped it. To be fair, it wasn’t the easiest catch in the world, but from what we saw in the pre-season, it is his bread and butter. Williams rotated into the lineup late in the game, and clearly has earned the trust of his QB and the coaching staff for them to call his number like that.

Week 3 - As in the first couple of games, the Seahawks tend to get their secondary receivers a couple of targets per game. Williams has proved a great deep threat, and got the call again here. This time, there was no catch but he drew a pass interference call near the end zone.

Week 6 - Williams only arrived in Jacksonville this week. He is a tall receiver with the speed to get deep. The Jaguars took a shot to Williams in the first quarter, but he was well covered down the field.