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Titans Explain Why Mike Williams Got Cut, LenDale White Offers Career Advice
by November 30, 1999 @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Aug 4th 2008 8:57AM by Ryan Wilson (author feed)
Filed under: Titans, AFC SouthIn a sorta shocking development, the Titans released wideout Mike Williams last week after the Lions 2005 former first-round pick washed out in Detroit and Oakland. That he was cut isn’t necessarily newsworthy, but that it happened just a week into training camp had to be unexpected. Or not, who knows.

Either way, the Titans were kind enough to explain why Williams is currently seeking employment. “It was a combination of things we weren’t getting from him. There were too many drops. We just didn’t see improvement,” Coach Jeff Fisher said. “He’s had potential. He still has potential. Maybe he’ll realize it someplace else.” So, apparently, there’s more to being an NFL wide receiver than not being fat. Interesting. What’s most troubling, perhaps, is that the Titans current crop of wideouts aren’t exactly Randy Moss and Wes Welker. That Williams couldn’t make it more than a few days competing against the likes of Justin McCareins and Justin Gage pretty much tells you all you need to know.

Plus, when chronic underachiever LenDale White is giving you career advice, it might be time to look into a new line of work. “No disrespect to Mike Williams, I love Mike Williams, but he is going to have show people that he is really serious about playing football,” said running back LenDale White, who was a teammate of Williams at USC. “Unfortunately, they might be talking about him like Ryan Leaf as one of the worst draft decisions.” Ryan Leaf has every right to be offended by that remark, by the way.




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