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Ryan Williams | RB | Dallas Cowboys
Posted: 8/30/2014 5:31pm et
Dallas Cowboys RB Ryan Williams has been waived.
Huddle Up: Williams played well in the preseason but Dallas decided to keep Joseph Randle as its No. 3 RB. Williams is likely to draw attention from other RB-needy teams.

Posted: 7/28/2014 4:00pm et
Dallas Cowboys RB Ryan Williams looks to be a longshot for the final roster, because he is not a good special teams player and would have to help on special teams if he is in a reserve role.
Huddle Up: Williams is battling Joseph Randle for a roster spot. Despite the fact that Randle was underwhelming when given an opportunity last season, he appears to have the edge over Williams. The former Virgina Tech star could be nearing the end of an injury-riddled career if he gets cut by the Cowboys.

Posted: 5/22/2014 11:01pm et
Updating a previous report, the Dallas Cowboys signed RB Ryan Williams to a 1-year deal worth $570,000. The deal did not include any signing bonus or guaranteed money.
Huddle Up: In other words, we're talking nothing to lose for the 'Boys and incentives to the max for the 2011 2nd-round pick, who simply has been unable to gain any kind of health traction, missing all but 5 games in his first 3 pro seasons.

Posted: 5/18/2014 6:26pm et
Updating a previous item, the Dallas Cowboys have signed RB Ryan Williams. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Huddle Up: Things obviously didn't work out for Williams in the desert with only 5 games played and 164 rushing yards in 3 seasons, but there's little risk for the Cowboys in kicking the tires of the former second-round pick.

Posted: 5/13/2014 5:55pm et
The Arizona Cardinals have released RB Ryan Williams.
Huddle Up: The often-injured 2011 2nd-round pick's' 3-year run in the desert netted 3 starts and 58 carries for 164 yards.

Posted: 2/24/2014 2:06pm et
The Arizona Cardinals will give RB Ryan Williams a chance to make the team in camp, but he's no lock. He missed the entire preseason due to injury last year and was a healthy scratch all 16 games. 'It's very hard to become a player during the season when you miss the entire preseason,' head coach Bruce Arians said. 'He did impressive things on the scout team. The big thing, he came to work every day. The consistency of showing up to work every day - that will be the big thing for him in training camp this year.'
Huddle Up: Williams' injury history suggests that even if he does get a shot he can't be banked on. The Cardinals found other backfield options last season in Andre Ellington and Stepfan Taylor, so Williams will be competing for a backup gig at best.