Cadillac Williams on Pace to Become All-Time Great Buccaneer

June 10, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

If he never got injured, think of where he’d be. If his knees held up, imagine the conversations we’d be having.

As expected, Cadillac Williams accepted the Buccaneers’ one-year tender to remain with the team. This, after completing his first injury-free campaign in 2009.

After two injured patellar tendons and an unlikely comeback, Williams looks to be back on the track he set for himself when he won Associated Press Offensive Rookie of the Year honors in 2005. Back when he set an NFL rookie record with 434 rushing yards in his first three games. Back when he became the first rookie to rush for 100 yards in each of his first three games. Back when his shoes and gloves went to the Hall of Fame.

Oh, the expectations.

But it’s not too late for Williams to become one of the all-time great Buccaneers.

Last year he passed Buccaneer greats Errict Rhett, Ricky Bell, and Reggie Cobb to move to fifth on the franchise's all-time...

Read Complete Article at Bleacher Report - NFL
Article is property of BleacherReport.com

readers comments