Jerry Angelo’s 7th Worst Acquisition

Roy Williams-WR-Free Agent 2011:

Roy Williams

Empty Jersey-Fitting?

At least the Bears didn’t do what Dallas did when they gave up first and third-round draft picks for the enigmatic receiver. Williams had enjoyed success in Detroit under Mike Martz, making the Pro Bowl in the 2006 season. He was a flop in Dallas, and when the Cowboys released him prior to the 2011 season, Angelo signed the veteran to a “prove it” deal for one season and over $2 million in salary. What Williams proved is that he’s probably done in football. While his stats were OK given the underwhelming history with Bears receivers, he short-armed and dropped too many passes as has become his trademark.

3 Responses to “Jerry Angelo’s 7th Worst Acquisition”

  1. At least he wasn’t a drug dealer like Hurd.

  2. you can go to browse the website
    there are all kinds of jerseys.
    i believe there must have something you like.

  3. this was a terrible signing, it’s good this wasn’t a long-term contract for too much $.

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